Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], July 9 (ANI / PNN): While there is no status on reopening theaters and releasing on hold movies, Bollywood has moved ahead and announced new plans.
This is a positive sign. Lyricist and producer Aditya Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Nicky S, who is on top of a new wave, have now jumped on the production bandwagon.
Aditya Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Nicky S are all set to become the film’s producer. They announced the name of his production house Adinic Action Films & Music World Pvt. Ltd. (Adinic Groups) and also their first feature film Gun Gunati Raho Mein in association with Me Studios with Astha Asija, Gaurav Singh, Vikas Kailsash Tiwari, Swapna Pati, Payal Saxena and Silky Gambhir.
The film is written and directed by Vikas Phadnis. Lyrics written by Aditya Sharma. Music by Pankaj V Saini, the production house will very soon start working in Hollywood, in the fashion industry and in advertising.
Producer Aditya Rajesh Kumar Sharma said: âIt is a great pleasure for me to announce my production house Adinic Action Films & Music World Pvt. Ltd. Now I am producing a film in Hindi. I am also working on another project. The production house will open the doors to new writers, with the help of budding writers, and I plan to come up with something creative and big on project â.
Adinic Action Films & Music World Pvt. Ltd. recently finished filming their first song Saaware, also directed by Vikas Phadnis. Now Vikas is making his directorial debut through the feature film Gun Gunati Raho Mein. âIt was great collaborating with Aditya Ji. We’re really excited about our first film project. It’s a travel film story of five cousins ââwho are on a road trip. There is a lot of drama and suspense in the movie.We discover the beauty of Uttarakhand and promote tourism.I want to thank Aditya Sharma for her dedication and trust.
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