Having helmed films on college politics, athlete and gangsters, Bollywood director Tigmanshu Dhulia is now all set to start his next movie on Subhash Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army.
The Paan Singh Tomar filmmaker said the as-of-yet untitled project will also be adapted into a TV series after the film releases.
“I am working on a project right now, it will be on Subhash Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army and the trial they had at the Red Fort. First a feature film will come out, followed by a six-part TV series on Rajya Sabha channel,” said Tigmanshu.
The director will start the movie after the release of his upcoming venture Yaara. “I have finished Yaara. It is now in post production stage. I am going to start the other movie in July, it should release next year. I am yet to lock a cast, but I will need really good actors for the film,” he said.
“It is a very different film, so I am even considering actors from theatre and others who can pull this off,” he said. Tigmanshu, whose last directorial venture was Saif Ali Khan-starrer Bullet Raja, will also revive his pending project - Milan Talkies.
Presently, Tigmanshu has made a short film for the Zeal for Unity initiative. Titled Baarish aur Chowmein, the film stars Amit Sadh and Taapsee Pannu.