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Rohit Shetty turns action director for SINGHAM

March 1, 2011 04:30:47 PM IST
Glamsham Editorial
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Director Rohit Shetty is all set to bowl over the audiences with the action of his next film SINGHAM. The director, who is known for his flair for comedy, is ecstatic to return to an action-packed film after a long time.

Rohit is super charged up as his remake of the Tamil hit SINGHAM is all set to hit the floors on 2nd March. The news is that Rohit has conceptualized, designed and will be executing the action for the film himself!



The action of the film has been designed on an extravagant level. For the very first sequence, the director plans to blow up 20 cars! When quizzed Rohit on this particular action sequence, he said, "The scene is set in a parking lot, where a kidnapping takes place. It is a chase scene between Ajay and some gangsters for which we will require to blow up cars. In the shot, there will be about 200 cars out of which we will be blowing up 20 cars."

Produced by Reliance Pictures, the film stars Ajay Devgn and Kajal Aggarwal as the lead who will soon be joining the team of SINGHAM in Goa. SINGHAM hits the theatres this July.


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