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Production company on the hunt for talent

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, May 17, 2014

A LOCAL movie production company that has so far produced five Bollywood movies in Fiji are on the hunt for talents.

Productions Pacific Limited, the producers of the Bollywood movie Table 21, also announced its partnership with a Fiji-based mobile company to start the search for the country's next Bollywood star.

Auditions have been scheduled for Lautoka and Suva on May 24 and May 31, respectively. From the audition, two stars will be selected from the superstar search, who will secure a featured extra role in a Bollywood movie to be filmed in Fiji later this year.

Digicel Fiji head of marketing Sheryl Singh said they hope to get more local people to take part in the audition.

The mobile company, in a statement, said Productions Pacific will lead the first official Bollywood Superstar Search in Fiji with assistance of Moving Pictures and Digicel.








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