Monday, January 17

Ad-man Rajneesh DK Jain turns filmmaker with Mirzapur Ke Jija

Krishna Bhatt plays the title role as the most eligible bachelor!

Mumbai: Ad-man Rajneesh DK Jain too forays into filmmaking like his predecessors who pursued their passion of the celluloid world. His maiden venture as a producer is a heartwarming comedy drama“Mirzapur Ke Jija”, which is being readied for an early release.

After graduating in B.Com from the Allahabad University, Rajneesh Jain who loved arts and culture moved to Mumbai. His expertise and creativity efforts in the mainstream advertising for more than two-decades bore rich fruits with innumerable brands in his repertoire.

“A lot of films have been made on marriage. “Mirzapur Ke Jija” is a hilarious take on life pre-marriage. It is a touching story where the most eligible bachelor against all odds goes an extra mile in search of his soul mate…,” says producer Rajneesh DK Jain.

The film is being made under the banner of Rishabh Jain Films in association with Shree Jalaram Group and Ganatra Brothers. Mukesh Bitthariya is its writer-director of this film who is a well-known actor too He has been associated with many veteran makers in films as well as television serials. Speaking about the film, Mukesh states, “This film is about a common man who has to face some harsh realities. It is a comedy drama and has tragic incidence too. In other words you can say that the film is of a comedy social thriller genre.”

The film stars Krishna Bhatt in the title role with  Sahebdas Manikpuri, Rajesh Dubey, Manish Mishraa, Mahesh Kanwar, Umesh Bajpai, Avni Sharma, Seema Bhatt, Pratibha Singh, Abhilasha, Nisha Gupta, Banvari Jhol, Manish Shukla, Arvind Kumar, Hanuman, Ashish Chandel and Hatindra Tandon.  Master Rishabh Jain and Master Krishna Bitthariya are the young debutant actors in the film.

Jay Kumar Sharma is the director of photography. Abhishek Mishra is the editor. Lyrics are penned by Sudhakar Sharma. Dev Rathour has provided the musical score and has also lent his voice to the two songs in the film.

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