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Nawazuddin Siddiqui to star in Glen Barretto’s Dusty to meet Rusty, Bangladeshi film No Land’s Man

Bollywood performing artist Nawazuddin Siddiqui will star in producer Glen Barretto's excursion film, Dusty to meet Rusty. The film is about the voyage of a young lady who takes an excursion from Mumbai to Dharamshala looking for her youth sweetheart yet discovers love on her way. 

Dusty to meet Rusty will check his third joint effort with maker Rajesh Bhatia and Kiran Bhatia's Woodpecker Movies after his up and coming movies Motichoor Chaknachoor and Bole Chudiya". "At the point when Nawaz heard the portrayal, he cherished the content in a split second. Its a respect to work with ability like him who conveys extraordinary incentive to the content with his subtleties and exceptional exhibitions," Kiran said in an announcement. 

The arrangement for the film has started and another legend as a parallel male lead and a female on-screen character are nearly being concluded. The shooting is booked to begin in August this year with a through and through timetable. 

Nawazuddin has likewise agreed to accept Bangladeshi producer Mostofa Sarwar Farooki's No Land's Man, which he will likewise be co-creating. The transcendently English-language film will rotate around an appalling, abnormal, and on occasion amusing voyage of a South Asian man whose venture takes layered and muddled shape when he meets an Australian young lady in the States, the makers said in an announcement. 

"The most desired content 'No Land's Man' is at long last going to be made into a film. Much thanks to you Mostofa Sarwar Farooki for the chance. Looking forward," Nawzuddin tweeted. 

No Land's Man won the Motion Picture Association of America and Asia Pacific Screen Awards' Script Development subsidize in 2014 and was a piece of the Asian Project Market at Busan. It was picked as the best task at India's Film Bazaar that year. The task is right now in pre-generation stage and foremost photography will begin in the not so distant future.

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