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Onir's SORRY BHAI ventures with Mumbai Mantra
October 10, 2008 11:40:25 AM IST Bollywood Trade News Network
Mumbai Mantra, A Company sponsored by the US $6.7 billion Mahindra Group, one of India's top 10 industrial houses, has entered into a joint venture with Puja Films for Onir's new film SORRY BHAI. SORRY BHAI has been coproduced by Sanjay Suri and Onir's production house Anti Clock Films.
Onir's SORRY BHAI is a vibrant Romantic Comedy that marks the return of Bollywood's enchanting mystery woman the gorgeous Chitrangda Singh to filmdom. SORRY BHAI also brings together once again the fantabulous couple Shabana Azmi and Boman Irani in one of their best performances ever. While Sharman Joshi plays the regretful younger brother to Sanjay Suri.
Indranil Chakraborty, Mumbai Mantra COO, authenticating the information said, ''We are delighted to be associated with a renowned Production House like Puja Films and a talented filmmaker like Onir, who has carved a niche for himself in Hindi Cinema. SORRY BHAI is expected to be released by the end of this year.''
Director Onir, who has earlier impressed with his films MY BROTHER NIKHIL and BAS EK PAL said, ''I am grateful to Mumbai Mantra for having shown faith in me as a director. Mumbai Mantra is a great association and I am confident that with SORRY BHAI this association will grow in times to come. This deal has given me immense happiness and an encouragement.''
Vashu Bhagnani (Puja Films) who has produced the film, welcoming the acquisition said, ''Onir is a competent filmmaker who is very sincere towards his projects and I feel proud and happy for him. I am positive this association will be mutually beneficial to all.''
SORRY BHAI sketches the story of a family, which has strong belief in happiness of the family members. Father and Mother are inclined towards Indian values yet give away when they see their two sons are hurt by the same. They make peace with changing times and allow them to live happily ever after.