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Atul Agnihotri’s HELLO on 12th October 2007

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View Hello Movie Stills Atul Agnihotri’s HELLO, adapted from Chetan Bhagat’s Best Seller Book ‘One Night @ a Call Centre’, starring Sharman Joshi , Sohail Khan, Ishaa Koppikar, Amrita Arora, Gul Panag, Sharat Saxena, Dalip Tahil along with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in a special appearance is slated for release on 12th October 07.

HELLO is a witty story of 6 individuals working at a call centre whose lives change after they receive an unpredicted call.

The film is to be shot extensively in India, Mauritius and America. The film is 80% complete and the last schedule begins from the 15th of July 2007.

Presented by Paul Parmer the film is produced under the banner of Reel Life Productions. Other credits include executive producer Ranjit Shah music by Sajid / Wajid, lyrics by Jalees Sherwani, cinematography by Sanjay F Gupta, screenplay by Chetan Bahgat and Atul Agnihotri, Story / Dialogues by Chetan Bhagat, editing by Umesh Gupta, sound designed by Jitendra Choudhary, production designer Muneesh Sappel action by Mahendra Verma.



 
 

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