Film starring TV star Shraddha Nigam wins awards

MUMBAI: A film starring TV stars and stage actors has been appreciated by international audiences in the US and has bagged awards. The film is The Truth Yathhaarth starring Raghubir Yadav, Milind Gunaji and Shraddha Nigam (TV serials such as Choodiyaan and Krishna Arjun) amongst others.

The listed company which has made this film is Giriraj Music and Media Exim (GMME). GMME managing director Rajesh Sheth has already announced his forthcoming venture: "We have commenced production of the new film Wonderful Moments starring Kabir Bedi's son Adam Bedi. Our effort will be make meaningful feature films," adds Sheth. Incidentally, the movie will also star TV stars Nishigandha Wad and Ashok Banthia.

Meanwhile, Sheth has acknowledged the efforts of the TV and theatre stars who were responsible for ensuring that the first film The Truth Yathhaarth won awards. The film has won the Four Race O.I.L awards 2002 on the national front; in addition to awards at the Publifilm April Film Festival (New York) and Riverrun International Film Festival (Salem, North Carolina in the US).

Sheth says: "The film got standing ovation and was also hailed by the media in the whole of US. The film won these honours amongst the two hundred odd films which had been invited from all over the world. In fact, the film was screened again on 27 April 2003 due to critics' and public demand."

GMME will hope that Wonderful Moments will do an encore and repeat the success of The Truth Yathharth!

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