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Vishesh Films' 'Jashnn - The Music Within' due 17 July

MUMBAI: After giving the first hit of 2009 in the form of Raaz The Mystery Continues, Vishesh Films is ready with its next movie Jashnn - The Music Within.
Produced by Mukesh Bhatt and directed by Hasnain S Hyderabadwala and Raksha Mistry, Jashnn will release on 17 July.
Jashnn is the gripping tale of one‘s self discovery in the harshest winter of his life. On every street, in every home somewhere in India, there is a nobody who wants to be a somebody. Jashnn is the story of one such nobody - Akash Verma (Adyayan Suman), a 22-year-old Indian lad who thirsts to become a singing icon who can blaze a trail for himself among the galaxy of existing stars.
But though he has dreams in his heart, he has not been able to find that distinctive voice that he can call his own, that will propel him to the top.
The film stars Adhyayan Suman, Anjana Sukhani, Shahana Goswami and a renowned Pakistani actor, Humayun Saeed, in key roles. The film‘s screenplay is by Shagufta Rafique.

Based on true events the story is an emotional drama that transformed the city of Los Angeles.


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BIG Music & Home Entertainment CEO Kulmeet Makkar says, "We are very pleased to bring this dramatic and emotional film which is based on a true story. I am sure the Indian audiences and critics will agree that one cannot miss this excellent movie."

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