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Sunny Singh begins shooting for The वरGIN TREE

Directed by Sidhaant Sachdev, the film marks the debut production of Sanjay Dutt

Published: 21st November 2022

Actor Sunny Singh has begun filming for his upcoming horror comedy, The वरGIN TREE.

Directed by Sidhaant Sachdev, the film marks the debut production of Sanjay Dutt. Sunny headlines the cast with Palak Tiwari, Aasif Khan and debutant Nick/Beyounic. 

Sunny shared pictures with the film's clapper board on Instagram. In one, director Sidhaant Sachdev and female lead Palak join him in the frame. 

Sanjay Dutt launched his production company, Three Dimension Motion Pictures, last year. He has teamed with Deepak Mukut’s Soham Rockstar Entertainment to produce The वरGIN TREE

Talking about the film, Sanjay had earlier shared in a statement, "Talking about the film, Sanjay Dutt says, “I am pleased to back the film which was exactly the script I was looking for. The film is the perfect blend of comedy and horror, with the right balance of chills and thrills. I am so glad to have found a production partner, in Deepak Mukut whose cinematic vision and ideals align with mine."

Sunny Singh essays the role of Lakshman in Om Raut's Adipurush. The film, starring Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan and Kriti Sanon, has been postponed to June 16, 2023 to improve the 'visual experience' after its teaser was criticised on social media. 

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