The Desi girl of Bollywood Priyanka Chopra is one impressive lady. Besides acting, the Baywatch actress is also extremely active as a producer. She is currently busy with the promotion of Marathi venture titled Kay Re Rascalaa. This is her second Marathi production after Ventilator. The actress recently shared a poster of the film in which he revealed her two rascals.
Taking to her official Instagram account, Priyanka shared Kay Re Rascalaa poster with an amusing caption that read, “Meet my 2 #rascalas. Raja and Guddu. Coming soon on July 14 our next Marathi Production #kayrerascalaa”.
Meet my 2 #rascalas. Raja and Guddu. Coming soon on July 14 our next Marathi Production #kayrerascalaa #Repost @purplepebblepictures (@get_repost) ・・・ Introducing Raja and Guddu!! These two Rascalaa's are coming your way to create a Chaos with their amazing deeds and confusing lies!! 😇 Produced by - @priyankachopra & Dr Madhu Chopra, @purplepebblepictures Directed by - I.Giridharan Swamy Starring - @gauravghatnekar @bhagyashreemote @i_acheko #AishwaryaSonar #NikhilRatnaparkhi #SupriyaPathare
Kay Re Rascalaa has won big at the National Awards this year. The comedy film will be directed by first-timer I Giridharan Swamy, who has been a cinematographer in two Marathi films, Mee Aani U and Well Done Bhalya.
This is Priyanka Chopra's fifth production venture. All her past ventures, which have been regional films, which were well-received. Bam Bam Bol Raha Hai Kashi (2016) was her debut production venture which was in Bhojpuri. Her next was a Marathi venture Ventilator (2016), which went on to bag 3 National Film Awards.
Besides this, Priyanka Chopra’s production house, Purple Pebble Pictures, is also prepping up for the release of their first Sikkimese film, Pahuna. The film’s first look was revealed at the Cannes film festival this year.
Explaining the rationale behind their banner’s regional language forays, Priyanka’s mother Madhu Chopra said, “Stories from the various Indian states are routinely turned into Hindi films. Bollywood benefits commercially in the bargain. Our core idea is to narrate these tales in the languages that they stem from.”