‘No Means No’ BTS Video Receives Blockbuster Response Worldwide

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‘No means No’ – first Indo-polish heavy budgeted movie, has received a blockbuster worldwide response from the audiences online. The behind the scenes video post on Facebook & YouTube has gone viral with more than 1million+ views worldwide in just a few days. It is going towards millions hit. Hollywood, Europe, Dubai, London have given a big response.

 

This movie directed by Vikash Verma will introduce Tango to Bollywood in a way never seen before. The Tango sequence is choreographed by none other than – Shiamak Davar, who has previously worked on Mission Impossible, and Michal Stasica from Poland. They worked for 6 months training dancers & actors – Natalia Bak, Sylwia Czech, Adrianna Guzy, Iga Piórkowska, Kinga Czech, along with over 100 Professional Tango Dancers. Every outfit was tailor-made by Tango Designers from around Europe.

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The movie sequence was shot in Poland at the spectacular at the Hotel Park Vienna, surrounded by snow-filled mountains. It will remind the audiences about the Golden Era of Europe and of Tango as well.
Bollywood action hero Dhruv Verma trained in action sequences by Bollywood superstar Sanjay Dutt, and Hollywood action star Steven Segal and groomed by famous Bollywood actress Preity Zinta has been dressed in a dapper Tuxedo and given a classic James Bond look, quickly became the heartthrob of Poland. The Polish fans were smitten by the innocence in his eyes coupled with his looks to kill in the nail-biting action flick. Dhruv has been cast as the main Hero in the movie, with Gulshan Grover, Anna Guzik, Sharad Kapoor, Deep Raj Rana, Nazia Hussain (Sanjay Dutt’s niece) Milind Joshi, Rama Murti, Jerzy Handzlik, Pawel Czech, Piotr Bulka, director of photography by Michal Szewczuk Romanowski.
Dhruv Verma has become famous in Hollywood as well. His next film – The Good Maharaja – A World War 2 story is already on the floors and is scheduled to be shot in Poland, Russia, Germany, and in Gujarat in India.

 

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