Mumbai: The grapevine is a buzz that holding a penchant for writing, Sanjay Khandduri the writer director of ‘Ek Chalis Ki Last Local” has just signed a multimillion Hollywood film for writing which will treat the audience with high VFX like Avatar and Hobbit. Sanjay Khandduri has already been acknowledged & awarded for his unique screenplay writing internationally for his films.
Khandduri also has been approached for direction on his story by an international company behind Hollywood film releasing soon called ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ starring Jeremy Irons & Dev Patel of Slumdog Millionaire fame. Sanjay Khandduri’s promoters at Bling are extremely elated that the director is receiving international claim as per his caliber and talent at such high level. Besides this he has finished writing a mythological superhero film with heavy unseen action for a leading Indian banner.
When asked about the Bollywood attaining international recognition, Khandduri says “After Korean and Iranian filmmakers – now Hollywood studios are looking at Indian talent for churning world class entertainers. They are looking for stories with blend of unique Indian culture with backdrop of our mythology. I believe we have par international cut writers & directors here in India for telling universal stories, it’s just about the right man finding the right man”
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