Prashant Shah’s Bollywood Hollywood Production Company Launch “Jungle Cry” starring Abhay Deol, directed by Sagar Ballary
Prashant Shah’s Bollywood Hollywood Production Company Launch moderately-priced, premium content for theatrical and digital release with announcement of the movie “Jungle Cry”
Veteran Mumbai and Hollywood producer Prashant Shah has launched Bollywood Hollywood Production company, a new media company division focusing on the acquisition, development and production of feature films, in both the Hindi and English language, for worldwide audiences. The production company has already slated over half a dozen movies with budgets between US $5M to $50M for the next two years.
USA & UK based production service provider Bollywood Hollywood company has executed over 30 feature films in USA, Canada and UK. Their latest movie as production service provider titled ‘ZERO’ with Bollywood sensation Shahrukh Khan releases December 21st. Formerly the Vice President and Head of Production for Hollywood based Benaroya Pictures, Prashant Shah has helped produce some of Hollywood’s high-profile pictures including; ‘Queen of the Desert’ *ing Nicole Kidman, ‘Cymbeline’ with Ethan Hawke, Dakota Johnson and ‘Cell’ with Samuel L Jackson.
“I have worked on every genre of movie, romantic comedies, futuristic, large action adventures and thrillers for several production houses in India and Hollywood,” said Shah. “When the time came for me to launch my own content company, producing movies on my own, that connect to my company name – Bollywood and Hollywood, I always wanted to make that debut an inspiring story, for the whole family.”
Bollywood Hollywood Production acquired rights from Shabbir Boxwala for Rugby based true story and he is attached as Associate Producer executing filming of the India portion under his company Friday Cine Entertainment.
Kicking off with the inspirational sporting film, ‘Jungle Cry’, the true story of founder of KISS foundation Dr. Achyuta Samanta, who lost his father at early age living in Bhubaneshwar, India and today provides food, housing, clothing and education from kindergarten to post graduate, to over 27,000 tribal children in India. Achyuta Samanta’s ‘Jungle Crows’ rugby team, made up of twelve Orissa tribal kids, and coached by Paul Walsh (former employee at British Consulate in Kolkata), went on to make Indian and British history by winning the Rugby World Cup in England in 2007.
Abhay Deol, Rugby Kids with British and Welsh actors attached in lead roles. ‘Jungle Cry’, directed by Sagar Ballary (Bheja Fry), is set on locations in India, London and Wales.