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Aishwarya to start her production house?

india Updated: Jan 30, 2008 18:47 IST
Vajir Singh
Vajir Singh
Hindustan Times
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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan seems to be on a signing spree. She was recently roped in to play leading lady in Rajnikant's

Robot

. Now, news is that she has formed her own production house, joining hands with her secretary Hari Singh to launch another film.



Confidential


Although the source maintains that Aishwarya is going to be involved with the production for this movie, secretary Singh denies it.



"She's doing the film but not producing it or being involved with the production in anyway." However, Singh informs that Band Width Entertainment is producing the film. But ask him who's behind this company, and he is mum. "They're new and you'll soon know who is involved," he says.



For my girl


Singh also informs that his daughter Bhumicka Singh will be playing the leading lady in the film.Does thismean thatAishwarya is playing a cameo?



"You can't call it a cameo. Aishwarya-

ji

is playing a very important role in it," Singh maintains. He also adds that Aishwarya has already approved the first draft of the film and nowthey're busy giving the final shape to the script.



Bhumicka Singh had made her debut with a small role in Dharmesh Darshan's

Aap Ki Khatir

which toplined Akshaye Khanna, Priyanka Chopra and Ameesha Patel. But that project went unnoticed, and so was Bhumicka's presence.



"You could call this her real debut," Singh adds. The project is reported to be directed by Jagmohan Mundhra who had earlier directed Aishwarya in an English film

Provoked

.



Not sure


"Nothing is final about who'll be directing the project. We have couple of big names in our mind and Mundhra-ji is surely one of them but the true picture will emerge in aweek from now" says Singh.



Ask Singh if this untitled project will be made in English, he replies, "It's going to be a pure Hindi film with Indian sentiments with the backdrop of Punjab."



About the other cast, Singh says that the hunt for a leading man is on. "We will cast someone from the upcoming actors' lot," he concludes.

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