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Sunday, March 27, 2022 

Indian movie being adapted into comic

Outlook India has a report on a Bollywood film being adapted to a comic, somewhat similar to what you may see done in the USA, and here's what the story is about:
Actor Ranveer Singh’s upcoming film ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ will soon be turned into a comic series, according to reports. The film will be present Singh in a quirky, quick-witted avatar, one that he has not donned before.

According to a report in Mid Day, Yash Raj Films’ head honcho Aditya Chopra has decided to base a comic book series [on] Singh’s character in the Divyang Thakkar’s directorial. The series is planned to come out after the release of the film and the books are being penned in both Hindi and English.

[...] In the film, Singh plays the role of Jayeshbhai, a Gujarati man who stands up against the patriarchal structure of society. His character will be seen advocating for equality between men and women. He is sharing the screen with Tamil and Telugu actress Shalini Pandey and the film will mark her Hindi debut. The social comedy also stars Boman Irani and Ratna Pathak Shah in integral roles.
Something tells me this is bound to be a lot more honest in its approach to the subject material than most movies you see coming out of Hollywood these days, back in the USA. No wonder both foreign movies and comics like these could make for much more intriguing projects than what's turned out in the US entertainment industry today.

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