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Celebrities grace the Red Carpet at World Premiere of first ever ‘BollyBrit’ film, Naachle London

24 February 2012 9:42 PM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

Celebrities, cast and crew members of the first ever ‘BollyBrit’ film, Naachle London, graced the Red Carpet at the World Premiere on Wednesday 22nd February at Cineworld Feltham. In attendance were key cast and crew members from the groundbreaking film project, including: British screen heartthrob, Jake Canuso (ITV’s Benidorm and Shameless); actor/comedian Kulvinder Ghir (Rita, Sue and Bob Too, Goodness Gracious Me); model/actress Fagun Thakrar; sensational debutante Alyssa Sharma; junior artists Gursimran Deu, Aaron Pandher and Shiv Datta; writer/broadcaster Farrukh Dhondy; and the film’s producer and director Neville Raschid (Lost Dogs, Ealing Comedy).

Joining them the ensemble of talent on the Red Carpet were British Asian celebrities such as: Ag Dolla, Mc Special, Tasha Tha, Madhu (Signature), Asad Shan, Ameet Chana, Sunny, Shay and the Grewals (C4’s The Family). Following the World Premiere screening, guests were entertained at a post premiere party at Horizons, »

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BollySpice at the press conference of the first ever Bolly-Brit film ‘Naachle London’

1 February 2012 7:19 PM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

The writers at Bollyspice were invited to an exclusive press conference for the first ever Bollywood/British film Naachle London – effectively a British production, but heavily inspired from old school Bollywood with relevant doses of melodrama, music, dance and family values. The film is directed by Neville Raschid (Ealing Comedy, Lost Dogs) and stars Raj Ghatak, Jake Canuso, Fagun Thakrar, Alyssa Sharma and Sofia Hayat.

The film tells the clichéd yet ever appealing tale of a rich girl and a not so well-to-do boy falling in love against parental opposition. At the same time, it cleverly weaves current issues like the recession, interracial relationships, and the complexities behind broken homes in Asian communities with the obligatory stylised, catchy musical numbers which are a pre-requisite for any mainstream Bollywood film today.

Producer/Director Neville Raschid whose earlier credits include indie Brit flicks, Ealing Comedy and Lost Dogs, said, “Making a film »

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Naachle London heralds the first ever BollyBrit film!

11 January 2012 3:43 PM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

Heralding the debut of an exciting genre in British filmmaking, dynamic, Asian family business-driven, UK-based production and distribution company, Aviary Films, launches the first ever ‘BollyBrit’ film – Naachle London – a unique cinematic offering that presents a British take on the classic Bollywood genre, releasing in UK on 24th February 2012.

A feelgood, romantic comedy drama centring around two single parents that meet and fall in love when their children attend a West London, Bollywood dance class in preparation of a competition at the London Mela, Naachle London will appeal to cinemagoers of all ages and backgrounds. The film’s Usp is that the entire film was created in the UK. From the scriptwriters, the music composer, the playback singers and dancers to the actors, the cinematographer, the editor, producers and director, the entire team is UK-based.

Adopting the classic, Bollywood narrative structure and influence, Naachle London intelligently retells the rich girl-poor »

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