Pooja Bhatt's next with Randeep Hooda titled BAD

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Glamsham25 April 2013

By Glamsham Editorial

It is good to be BAD for Pooja Bhatt!

Well we are talking about her upcoming venture titled BAD, which Pooja Bhatt's Fish Eye Network Pvt Ltd is jointly producing with Amit Kapoor's Cynozure Networkz. Writer director Prawal Raman has been signed on to helm their next venture, which is said to be based on the most sensational jailbreak from Tihar Jail.

Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda has been roped in to play the male lead in the film. Pooja has earlier worked with Randeep in the film JISM 2, sequel to JISM. This would be their second film together.

A couple of days back Pooja was spotted scouting for shooting location along with Prawal Raman (404, ZABARDAST, GAYAB, DARNA MANA HAI fame) in Udaipur, reportedly. However, the title and details of the film were kept under wraps.

Confirms the publicist of the actor-director Pooja Bhatt, "Pooja's Fish Eye Network and Amit Kapoor's Cynozure Networkz have signed on writer director Prawal Raman to direct their new venture titled BAD."

Apparently, a former Delhi supercop, who was handling the case, at that time, has been roped in as a consultant on the film.


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