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Nandita Singgha Forays Into Marathi Cinema With Hollywood Movie J DEY

Press Release   •   Aug 28, 2015 23:48 IST

Hollywood filmmaker Nandita Singgha better known as Michelle abroad is presently working on her Hollywood Gujarati film RED. The trailer of movie RED will be released this Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October 2015. Nandita had promised at a Press Conference held in Pune in June 2015 that she would take Marathi Cinema to the global level. In spite of an extremely busy schedule, Nandita has lived up to her word and has officially announced her Marathi movie titled J DEY which will have an international appeal but with a Marathi essence to portray the greatness of Maharashtra and the emotional connect of Marathi journalists with the masses. Thus Nandita is all set to make her debut in Marathi cinema with J DEY movie with a novel concept with this story as Writer and Director as she pays tribute to Journalism of Maharashtra and their patriotism. She has even picked up her team after thorough research and analysis since it’s a very emotional story of how journalists lead their day to day lives and how their families adapt to the insecurity, hazard and threat to their lives. After being made in Marathi, the movie J DEY will be later dubbed in Hindi and English to reach out to the audience not only in India but in Hollywood and other countries too.

Crime Journalism is a subject which is very close to Nandita Singgha’s heart and she will showcase how lakhs of journalists are jobless but due to their passion and inner drive, they remain the social heroes of the society. She firmly believes in portraying any story loaded with emotions, there is no language barrier in terms of story & screenplay. The actors are in the process of being finalised as per the script demand. J Dey is a very hard hitting social drama genre film. The film trailer of this movie will be launched on Republic Day, 26th January 2016 and will be webcasted worldwide! This film J DEY is dedicated to all the Journalists and their families as they are the soldiers against crime.