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Preity Zinta, Ronit Roy wish first Indo-Polish film ‘No Means No’!

New Delhi: Preity G Zinta, Ronit Roy and Steven Seagal have sent their best wishes for the No Means number directed by Vikas Verma. The film ‘No Means Know’ is the first Indo Polish collaboration and based on true stories, revolving around women’s empowerment, which will hit theaters across the world on Nov. This year 5. The teaser of the film has crossed lakhs of views.

Preity G Zinta wished her friend Vikas Verma saying, “Wishing you all the very best for your film No Means No and I really wish I would have been there to do something and I am really jealous that I am everyone. Kuch yaad kar koi hai. But I really wish you all the best from the bottom of my heart and I am sure the film is going to be amazing.

Ronit Roy extended his best wishes to his friend and director Vikas Verma saying, “I wanted to wish Vikas and Dhruv all the best for the No Means number. I saw the teaser and Dhruv has done very well. The film is going to rock and my Wish you all are well.”

Hollywood actor Steven Seagal, who mentors director Vikas Varma, says, “I wish your film No Means No success and my blessings are with you. I am always there for you as my mentor.”

Ajay Bisaria, High Commissioner of India to Canada, says, “I would like to congratulate Vikas and the entire team of No Means No. I think this is a path-breaking film, a pioneering effort of a joint Indo-Polish production, A love story. Message. It also underscores the cultural ties between the two countries and wish you all success in this wonderful venture.”

This high budget film stars actors from India Dhruv Verma, Gulshan Grover, Deep Raj Rana, Sharad Kapoor, Nazia Hassan and Kat Christian; and Natalia Buck, Anna Guzik, Sylvia Chek, Pavel Chek, Jersey Handzlik and Anna Ador from Poland. The playback singers include Shreya Ghoshal and Hariharan and are composed by Akshay Hariharan.

Produced by G7 Films Poland, the snowy mountains and picturesque locations depicted in the film provide a glimpse into life in Poland and are likely to boost the country’s tourism.

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