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“Shoot on Sight” Wins Audiences’ & Critics’ Hearts

October 23, 2008

Produced by Mr. Aron Govil of Aron Govil Productions Inc., the film “SHOOT ON SIGHT” which released on 17th October, 2008 in India, has won the critics’ & the Indian audiences’ heart in all the ways. Despite other big budget and highly promoted films running besides, it is being liked by many and has got a lot of rave reviews. The film has been directed by Jag Mundhra of Provoked and Bawandar fame and casts Indian veteran actors Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri and Gulshan Grover along with Hollywood actors like, Greta Scacchi, Brian Cox, Laila Rouass and Sadie Frost. The film released both in English & Hindi Versions.

“I am very pleased to see that Shoot On Sight has been received so overwhelmingly by Indian audiences and the critics who have once again shown their appreciation for a superb performance by Naseeruddin Shah,” said Mr. Aron Govil, Producer of the film. “It just shows that there is definitely a greater need for thought provoking and quality cinema as long as it is entertaining and engaging,” continued Mr. Govil.

Jag Mundhra has once again proved his worth with a socially relevant and hard hitting issue. The film was entirely shot in London and had an extremely professional cast and crew. The deliverance of acting that Jag managed to extract from the actors and the concept of the film is what has taken it to success levels. The issue of the film has been very nicely dealt in a pretty convincing manner. The plot of the film though had many obstacles in the way of completion of the project, but it is a true story and truth always prevails.

Aron Govil Productions Inc. (AGP), the producer of the film is an international film finance, production, and worldwide distribution company specializing in promotion, sales and distribution of Indian cross-over films which have the potential to reach the mainstream audiences in USA, UK, Europe and other major world markets. AGP seeks out directors and producers with extraordinary vision in Cross Over cinema and try to bring that vision to the widest audience possible.




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