As the new coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on theatres, several films are going for the OTTÂ way. Sanak: Hope Under Siege by Vidyut Jammwal is the most recent addition to the list. The film, directed by Kanishk Varma, will be released soon on Disney+Hotstar. Vidyut took to Instagram to announce a new poster for the film and give his followers an update on its release.
Rashmi Rocket, a film starring Taapsee Pannu, was just announced to be released on Zee5. Sanak: Hope Under Siege, directed by Vidyut Jammwal, is now digital. The film will air on Disney+Hotstar in the near future. Rukmini Maitra, a Bengali actress, also appears in the action thriller.
Vidyut Jammwal shared a new poster for Sanak on Instagram to announce the film’s debut on Disney+Hotstar. âMain SANAK kuch bhi karwa Sakti hai aur pyaar main Sanki bana sakti hai,â he added. Saari hadein paar, ab meri #Sanak karegi! Coming soon on @disneyplushotstar #DisneyPlusHotstarMultiplex (sic) is my upcoming action thriller.â
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Vipul Amrutlal Shah and Zee Studios are the producers of Sanak. In the next film, Neha Dhupia will appear in a supporting role alongside Chandan Roy Sanyal.
In July, Vidyut Jammwal and Shivaleeka Oberoi began filming for Khuda Haafiz Chapter II Agni Pariksha. Faruk Kabir is the director of the film. Vidyut has also announced IB71, a home production under his Action Hero Films company. Sankalp Reddy is set to direct the film.
Under Extra Precautions
Sanak’s producer Vipul Amrutlal Shah has taken extra precautions on the set to ensure the safety of the cast and crew. This month, the film will resume filming in Goa. âWe had a specialised sanitisation team working on the set,â Vipul Shah explained. Everyone went through the sanitisation tunnel every 15-20 minutes, everyone was given sanitiser to clean their hands, temperatures were checked regularly, and surprise checks were also done. There was an eight-person team whose primary job was to ensure that the entire shooting location and set up was properly sanitised.
Another poster of Sanak Released Before
We also made different colour bands, such as green bands for those who could use the shooting range and red bands for those who couldn’t. Extra unit bases were also built and sanitised so that people could split out into small groups, which is how we functioned.â Says Vipul Shah