More experimental movies from Spotboy stable
After the two critically acclaimed unconventional movies - Aamir and Welcome To Sajjanpur, UTV Spotboy is all set to produce three more films. And all of them will be experimental.entertainment Updated: Oct 09, 2008 19:08 IST
After the two critically acclaimed unconventional movies - Aamir and Welcome To Sajjanpur, UTV Spotboy is all set to produce three more films. And all of them will be experimental.
While Welcome To Sajjanpur, directed by Shyam Benegal, is a delightful satirical take on a contemporary Indian village, Rajkumar Gupta's directorial debut Aamir was based on an unconventional subject, and both the films were well received by the audiences.
The Three films are Aage Se Right, Peter Gaya Kaam Se and Pan Singh Tomar.
"Spotboy wants to continue with its endeavour of interesting stories well told as we believe that the script is the king. Our audiences want a surprise and delight each time they walk into the theatre and that's all we want to live up to," said Vikas Behl of UTV Spotboy.
Aage Se Right will be directed by Indrajeet Natoji and is about coincidence and humour. Based in present day Mumbai, the film spans five days of panic, chaos and mayhem.
Peter Gaya Kaam Se is a fast paced action adventure with a romantic twist that tells the story of Peter, a football-crazy motorcycle rider who decides to quit his job and leave Goa. That's until his loan shark boss Bosco persuades him to do one last job. It's the job that will change his life forever. It will be directed by John Owen.
Tigmanshu Dhulia will direct Pan Singh Tomar, which is about the true journey of a talented runner who turned into a rebel.