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Kaminey producer Mubina Rattonsey ventures into Hollywood- Cinema express

Kaminey producer ventures into Hollywood

Mubina Rattonsey’s upcoming Hollywood slate includes the horror-thriller Wraith, the superhero film Gamma Man, and the WWII drama The Aryan Papers

Published: 30th August 2019

Mubina Rattonsey, producer of critically-acclaimed films like Before The Rains and Kaminey, has ventured into Hollywood. She has secured $100 million in investments for her newly launched production company, Zero Gravity Motion Pictures, based out of Los Angeles. The company is co-owned by Rohini Singh, Manmeet Singh, and Armaan Zorace.

Mubina’s upcoming Hollywood slate includes the horror-thriller Wraith, the superhero film Gamma Man, and the WWII drama The Aryan Papers. She is looking to develop film and television content in the US, with a focus on individualistic ethnicities and gender-balanced storytelling. 

“At Zero Gravity Partners, it is our goal to empower a tribe of fearless filmmakers, actively pursuing their creative voice and telling stories that come from the inner being. I find a compelling need to move and challenge audiences, make them aware, and to tell these stories across the globe,” says Mubina.

Wraith, directed by Armaan Zorace, will feature a ‘live’ Islamic exorcism, claim the makers. The film is slated for release later this year. Mubina’s last Indianc venture was Inam (2014), directed by Santosh Sivan. 

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