Get Ready for some incredible Sony Pictures International films in 2020 including one by Umesh Shukla

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Sony Pictures International Productions in India has aggressively ramped up its ongoing local productions by collaborating with four leading filmmakers as it mounts its film slate for the year 2020.

From an action entertainer, a biopic thriller, to a fun caper and a family comedy, the four projects toplined by filmmakers – Umesh Shukla, Sabbir Khan, Sajid Samji and Sashi Kiran Tikka (Goodachari, in Telugu) – are evidence of the Studio’s concentrated effort towards becoming a local production content power house.

Slated to begin production between now and end of this year, each of the four films promise to bring different types of exciting entertaining content to the audiences worldwide.

Vivek Krishnani, MD, SPE Films India Private Ltd says, “We are excited to work with such talented directors from our industry, who share a common vision like us at Sony Pictures as we seek to become a content led Studio.With Umesh, Sabbir, Sajid and Sashi working on four very different subjects we can’t wait to bring entertaining clutter breaking content to the audiences.”

“India continues to be a top priority for Sony International Productions,” said Laine Kline, head of Sony Pictures International Productions. “These filmmakers epitomize what makes Indian cinema special. Their distinctive creative visions will elevate each one of these projects on our upcoming slate.”

Sabbir Khan says, “I am really happy to partner with Sony Pictures as I am excited by their approach towards making films. Headed by Vivek Krishnani they have a team of like-minded people who are facilitating everything to make the right films”

Umesh Shukla, adds, “I want to offer content that’s relevant, entertaining, funny and which conveys a message. I’m glad to yet again collaborate with SONY after 102 Not Out.”

Sajid Samji says, “I feel I am in safe hands as I know Sony will do fab job beyond just producing the film but take the marketing and promotions of the film to another level”

Shashi Kiran, “As film makers, we get an opportunity to tell stories, stories that inspire, that move us, and stories that leave an impression on us. I’m honored and grateful to Sony Pictures and G Mahesh Babu entertainment for giving me the opportunity to direct Major and tell this story to the entire country.”

As the Studio continues to expand its footprint in India, Sony Pictures is also gearing up for a huge Hollywood line-up this year with Spider-Man: Far From Home, Angry Birds 2, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, the Charlie’s Angels reboot and the sequel to 2017’s blockbuster hit Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.

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