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After winning three national awards “Ventilator” is coming back to win the hearts of Gujarati Audiences this time. The Marathi film Ventilator gathered praises from both critics and fans, and also made it big at the Box Office. Irada Entertainment, the maker of the Gujarati Ventilator, along with its talented team is excited about telling this heart-warming story.
Legendary Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff will be seen in the lead role in the Gujarati film. This will be Jackie Shroff’s debut in Gujarati cinema. The excited Bollywood actor said “Finally, I have been cast in a film in my mother tongue Gujarati. I hope I will live up to it.”
Sharing the excitement, the Producer of the film, Falguni Patel, said “Under our banner Irada Entertainment we are extremely excited and proud to make Ventilator in Gujarati. We are adapting the film as per the nuances of Gujarati culture and really looking forward to Gujarati Bhidu Jackie Shroff!”
Adding more thought, Lawrence D’Sourza, co-producer, adds “It is an exciting time in Gujarati cinema and I’m looking forward to co-producing this film which is all heart.”
The remake is written by Niren Bhatt, a renowned Gujarati scriptwriter and Karan Vyas. The film will be directed by Umang Vyas.
The National Award-Winning Director of the Marathi film, Rajesh Mapuskar has also joined hands with makers for creative direction and guidance. Talking about his involvement, he said, “It will be exciting to see Ventilator set in another culture. My biggest excitement is Jaggu dada playing Ashutosh Gowariker’s character. I’m happy to have him on board.”
Speaking about the venture and the entertainment, Falguni Patel, the founder of Irada Entertainment said, “In this interesting phase of changing cinema, we are simultaneously working on scripts which are high on content and will cater to wider range of audience.”