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GP Sippy Multimedia Ent. to launch 15 films in two years

NEW DELHI: The G P Sippy banner has announced the launch of 15 films to be completed within the next two years, with Sunill Khosla of Boutique Cinema as creative director for all of them.

GP Sippy Multimedia Entertainment Ltd chairman Ajit GP Sippy, along with Vibha Dutta Khosla of Boutique Cinema, jointly announced the projects with major stars and directors.


Sunill Khosla told indiantelevision.com that he will also introduce new actors, actresses, directors and technicians.

After recording the songs for Jhansi ki Rani, the film was launched with Meera, Milind Gunaji, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Kader Khan, Nirmal Pandey, Tom Alter, Tiku Talsania,Dinesh Hingoo, Gajendra Chauhan, Surinder Pal, Goga Kapoor, and Jyoti Patel. The music is by Nikhal and Ambrish Shahbadi. The director is Rajesh Mittal while Khosla is the creative director. The film is being produced by Rajesh Mittal under the Sippy and R N Films banner. The shooting is commencing next month.

The other films announced are: A Dangerous Love Story, Mumbaai Mastii, Maasooma, Darr Lagta Hai, Love Kaa Keeda, Mr Mobile, Sita, Puppiyan – Jhappiyan, Go Goa, Waaqia, Chai Garam, Maha Satya, Saaz Sur Aur Sanam.

Meanwhile, Siddharth – brother of Manisha Koirala – has been signed by the Sippys and Boutique Cinema for three films which will go on the floors shortly. They include Maasooma. Siddharath was last seen in Anwar.

Sippy’s company has just released its first Bhojpuri film Mai Tu bas Mai Badi starring Ravi Kissan and Nagma with music by Anand Milind, directed by Dayanand Rajan and produced by Vithal-Vohra under the banner of G P Sippy Multimedia.

One film ready for release is Jab Love Hua - India’s first digital film – with Rahul Roy and introducing Riya and Shradha Rana Jung Bahadur, with Birbal, Johnny Nirmal, Rajan, Janvi, Neha Joshi and Prithvi Zutshi. The creative director and music director is Sunill Khosla while the cinematography and direction is by Triloki Chaudary. The lyrics are by Govind Moonis and the film has been produced by Vibha Diwan-Reshma under the Sippy banner in association with Boutique Cinema and Rudra Eye.

Meanwhile, the company is to build a state-of-the-art film and animation studio with a multiplex and a five star hotel on a 150-acre plot on the Gujarat-Maharashtra belt acquired by it.

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