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“Mumbai Cha Raja” turns to crowd funding for completion

By NewsDesk • Published on August 11, 2012

Mumbai Cha Raja

Manjeet Singh’s Mumbai Cha Raja, which is soon to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, is seeking funds through crowd funding for its completion. The money contributed will be used for post-production and promotion of the film.

Mumbai Cha Raja will be screened in City to City program of the festival. Manjeet Singh has been selected for the Toronto Talent Lab 2012 to be held alongside the festival.

Mumbai Cha Raja won the Prasad Award in Work in Progress Lab at Film Bazaar 2011. It was also selected for Producer’s Lab in Cinemart at the International Film Festival of Rotterdam 2012.

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