DAM 999 to release in 3D on 25 November

MUMBAI: UAE-based BizTV Network‘s upcoming film DAM 999 is slated for a nationwide release in India on 25 November.

This is the first international film produced and directed by mariner Sohan Roy, who formed BizTV network.

Shot in a single start-to-end schedule DAM 999 is a film with a social cause that describes the hazards dams can cause and creates awareness among the masses about the impending dangers of a dam collapse, if not attended on time. It is based on real life incidents bringing to life the memories of 1975 Banqiao Dam disaster in China which claimed the lives of an estimated 250,000 people.

DAM 999 is all about a corrupt mayor who builds a new dam for political gains and personal glory endangering millions of innocent lives; a mariner desperate to save his sister from evil; two not-so-young lovers challenging destiny in a bid to unite; a woman on a mission to win her family back; a little boy battling a deadly disease; a devoted wife wants to be with her husband even in death; and the astrologer who has foreseen their ominous fate - nine lives entwined by the impending disaster.

The film has 16 national and international award winning cast and crew who have contributed towards the making. The film has seasoned artistes like Rajit Kapur, Joshua Fredric Smith, Linda Arsenio, Jaala Pickering, Ashish Vidyarthi, Vinay Rai, Vimala Raman, Megha Burman, Gary Richardson and Jineet Rath among others.

The film will be released in three regional languages - Hindi, Tamil and Telugu along with English.

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