Punjabi film What The Jatt set for release

NEW DELHI: ‘I took up this film because of my love for the Punjabi language and the beautiful script. If French and Spanish movies can be termed as world cinema, why can our movies not have the same status internationally, especially when there is a strong presence of Indian diaspora all over the world?” said producer Saket Behl on the eve of the release of his film What The Jatt!!


 He added that the film deals with a global subject. “’I promise the audience a good experience in the theatres as my film is a complete family entertainer.’


 Although What The Jatt!! is Behl’s first Punjabi film, he is not new to the field and has many prestigious feats under his belt.


 The highlights of his career range from producing the highly acclaimed Hindi feature film Dhoop to launching Anurag Kashyap as a director with Last Train to Mahakali, a television film that won many awards. Behl also partnered Aditya Chopra on Yash Raj’s ambitious TV project Powder


 "I have hands down production experience as well as creative knowledge for I have worked with immensely talented names like Aditya Chopra, Sriram Raghavan, Anurag Kashyap and Shivam Nair as a producer," he said. 


 What The Jatt!! stars Harish Verma, Binnu Dhillion, BN Sharma, Vipul Roy and Isha Rekki .The film was shot in one schedule in 24 days in Punjab, thanks to the strong pre-production and a hands down creative crew, Behl said.


Behl is now working on the release of his Hindi film 27.

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