MUMBAI: Whistling Woods International (WWI) has mentored fresh new talent and has introduced them to the film industry, in the forthcoming film Love Express, produced by Mukta Searchlight.
The movie is all set to release on 10 June, 2011. The film is directed by debutant director, Sunny Bhambhani, a WWI graduate and it also involves 10 more WWI students in the making of the film, right from the star cast to the crew.
“Love Express has come through fully, due to the support and training provided by WWI. The institute has been instrumental in providing appropriate assistance, guidance, and expertise required for the film-making process. Apart from that, the eleven of us from WWI have put our hearts and soul into the film and we truly hope that it appeals the audience,” says Bhambani.
WWI chairman Subhash Ghai and producer of Love Express adds, “The idea behind launching an all-in-one school for entertainment and media, was to provide a platform for budding talent who get a firsthand experience in the field. I am very excited that WWI students are increasingly making their mark in the industry. I would like to congratulate them in this endeavor and also wish them all the very best for their first film. This is just the beginning and I am confident that they will ascend beyond aspirations, making all of us at WWI very proud.”