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No Means No: Gulshan Grover’s double blast on Diwali, both big budget films will be released

Gulshan Grover’s film will release on Diwali

There is big news for the fans of Gulshan Grover that two films starring him are releasing on November 5, the day after Diwali. The first is the youth sensation Dhruv Verma’s film ‘No Means No’ made by the joint effort of India and Poland and the second is Akshay Kumar’s ‘Sooryavanshi’.

Gulshan Grover is a very accomplished artist and has been in the film industry for a very long time. According to Gulshan Grover, the film ‘No Means No’ was shot in the freezing temperatures of -30 degrees on the snow-clad mountains of Poland and those places are considered to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. Let us inform that Gulshan Grover has not only deposited his coin in Bollywood and Hollywood, but he has also worked in films in many languages ​​of different countries including Polish, Iranian, Malaysian, French, Australian, German and Italian.

There will be clash at the cinema hall

If we consider both the films, then where ‘No Means No’ directed by Vikash Verma is shot in the picturesque plains of Poland and a completely new subject for the Indian audience is a thriller based on the thriller story of skiing sports, while Rohit Shetty is in his familiar style of action. Got the film. Talking about the stir in the media, a major British newspaper has compared the two, considering this Indian film ‘No Means No’ as a great film like James Bond’s film ‘No Time to Die’. On the other hand, if we talk about the music of both the films, in ‘Sooryavanshi’, an old song ‘Tip Tip Barsa Pani’ from Akshay Kumar’s 90s film ‘Mohra’ has been recreated, while ‘No Means No’. The music is composed by Hariharan, the king of the music world, whose music and Shreya Ghoshal’s melodious voice make it feel like a breath of fresh air.

The Polish casting director associated with the film ‘No Means No’ told that since the story of this film is based on sports, which has newness and enthusiasm, so for this story, instead of old commercial actors, the demand of the film’s story is to take new faces. And the hunt for a new hero ended at Dhruv Verma, as Dhruv has not only skied at a professional level, but has also gained professional level experience in various martial arts (trained by famous Hollywood superstar Steven Seagal). The casting director further told that if an old commercial actor was cast in the role of a hero in the film, he would not have been able to do justice to the strong story of the film.

According to film pundits, there is nothing wrong in releasing two big films on the same day. It has been seen many times that both the films were liked and proved to be hits.

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