Odisha to witness Clash of Titans at box office this Raja festival 


Bhubaneswar: This Raja festival, two big superstars of Odia Industry will clash against each other at the Box office. Superstar Anubhav Mohanty-starrer ‘Love In London’ and Sidhanth Mohapatra-starrer ‘Guddu Gangster’ will be screened at the cinema halls this Raja festival.

After the success of his last movie Bapa Superstar actor Siddhanta Mahapatra is ready with another movie starring him, Shailendra Samantray, and Namrata Thapa titled Guddu Gangster, which will be released on June 13. The Ashok Pati-directed movie is presented by Anashmish Production and Prakash Films.

Ashok Pati said that the movie is a typical Ashok Pati-type movie with fantasy drama and a mixture of comedy, errors, action, and romance and has Sidhanth Mohaopatra in a gangster role with Shailendra in a student’s role and how their life interconnected and changed due to some incident is a core of the story. It has a lot of twists and turns. 

Other notable roles in the movie are played by Shivani Sangita, Eli Padhi, Krishna Kar, Bobby Mishra, Rakhi Dash, Choudhary Jayprakash and Jevan Panda.

The music direction of the movie is given by Asad Nizam and Kuldeep Patnaik, Humane Sagar, Swayan Padhi, Assema Panda, and Antara Chakraborty..

The movie’s producer is Pritam Sahu, and Bharadwaj Panda wrote the story, screenplay, and dialogue. Similarly, Ollywood star Anubhav Mohanty, actress Swapna Priyadarshini and Soumya Sachdeva-starrer Love in London will also be releasing on June 13 in cinema halls across the state.

The JB Films and Amara Studios presented Love in London is a romantic action thriller featuring Anubhav Mohanty (Prem), Swapna Priyadarsini (Sophie), and Somya Sachdeva (Shweta). The film is mostly shot in London and the interior parts of Odisha. The movie s directed by Tapas Sargharia.

This movie will be the debut of both of its leading actresses. 

The makers of the new Odia movie Love in London, JB Films & TV and Amara Studios LLP expressed their heartfelt grief and sympathy to the family members of the victims of the horrific and devastating Bahanaga Train Tragedy that took place on the June 2 evening.

They said that we are committing to support the affected victims’ families by contributing 10% of our profits from theatrical collection from the film “Love in London” to the Odisha Chief Minister Relief Fund, aimed at assisting in the tragedy’s aftermath.

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