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More placements available in search for superstar

Shayal Devi
Tuesday, May 27, 2014

TEN additional placements will now be available for successful candidates in the Productions Pacific and Digicel Fiji's first Bollywood Superstar Search.

A statement by the two companies yesterday said this was decided after the latest round of auditions in Lautoka.

"After the huge success in Lautoka, the organisers have made a call to hold the auditions over two days in Suva to cater for the massive demand," the statement said.

According to Productions Pacific managing director Lailun Khan, the level of talent in Lautoka was overwhelming.

"We witnessed a diverse array of performances and there are a few people who have qualified for the second round of auditions. The successful candidates will be announced after the auditions in Suva," she said.

The second round of auditions would be held at the Holiday Inn in Suva on Friday and Saturday and those interested to register for a VIP express audition on Saturday could either call 7700077 or register at www.facebook.com/DigicelFiji by sending a private message with name and contact details.

The winner of the search would have an opportunity to feature in a Bollywood movie.





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