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    Default 'Maruti Mera Dosst' is no kiddie film

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    By Taran Adarsh, May 5, 2009 - 08:34 IST

    Abhimanyu Singh's Contiloe Films has produced several successful television shows and the enterprising producer has now forayed into feature films. Abhimanyu, the youngest brother of actor Chandrachur Singh, has completed his first feature film MARUTI MERA DOSST and is in the thick of his second film, the 3D animation MAHAYODHA RAMA.

    "MARUTI MERA DOSST is no kiddie film. It's a film that would appeal to kids and adults alike," Abhimanyu states. The film is a live-animation feature, an experiment that hasn't really worked in the past. "That's because the story and animation were of poor quality. The biggest of hits in Hollywood have been animation films. If it can work there, why not here? It's a matter of time," Abhimanyu states confidently.

    MARUTI MERA DOSST signals the return of actor Chandrachur Singh, after a hiatus. "Every actor reaches a stage in life when he feels he needs to take a break, recharge his batteries and return rejuvenated. Perhaps, Chandrachur experienced that phase too. As for his performance in MARUTI MERA DOSST, I feel he's enacted the role with flourish. He's simply remarkable in my film," he says.

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