Mumbai: Just after the death of Television’s big star Pratyusha Banerjee, a Hindi film named as “Har Pal Hai Yahan ‘DHOKHA’ ” has been announced,which is based on her real life. Pratyusha Banerjee has played lead character as “Anandi” in famous serial “BALIKA VADHU”. The kind of stardom and popularity Pratyusha has earned in just age of 25 Years, many artists can just dream of that. After powerful appearance in shows like “Jhalak Dikhla Jaa” and “Bigg Boss”, she has got so much popularity among Indian audience.
Opening ceremony of the Film “Har Pal Hai Yahan ‘DHOKHA’ ” under the banner of Green Leaves Star Films Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and Sudha Films was celebrated grandly in Zip Track Studio, Four Bunglow Mhada, Andheri West, Mumbai. The film “Har Pal Hai Yahan ‘DHOKHA’ ” is being directed by Mukesh Narayan Aggarwal, whose two Hindi films “Teri Fitrat” and “isqh Barsaa De Piya” is also ready for release. In this film the lead character of Pratyusha Banerjee will be played by Tanisha Singh and Rahul Raj will be played by Sravan Raghav. This film’s shooting is going to start from next month in Mumbai only.
Currently few Songs are being recorded for the same Film in Mumbai. Main characters of the film is going to be played by Tanisha Singh, Sravan Raghav, Aryan Vaid and Sahil Prabhakar. On the occasion of opening ceremony of the film, a song was also recorded by singer Arvinder Singh. Lyrics of which song has been written by Shailendra Sharma and music is composed is by Shabab Azmi. PRO of the Film “Dhokha” is Sanjay Bhushan Patiyala.
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