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Dimppy's next film after 'Valentine's Day'!

By Manisha Deshpande

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Producer Dimppy Ramdayal, who had last released VALENTINE'S DAY with a great publicity campaign, is all set to start his next film, once again an English film. This time around, Dimppy has chosen not to direct it but has roped in writer, Rajesh Singh for the challenging task. Rajesh, who has been associated with Zee network for a long time makes his directorial debut with the film, according to Dimppy. Like VALENTINE'S DAY, which was completed in a record period of time, Dimppy intends to start the film early next year and shoot it in one schedule. Dimppy will however have to ensure that the film releases in the nick of time. The last time he ended up releasing his film well after Valentine's day on February 14, which was to be the release date of the film. Meanwhile, he is also gearing up for the new year with other business plans, one of which includes starting an event management company.


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