First espionage drama of Kolkata Tollywood

PTI
Published May 8, 2014, 6:10 am IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:38 am IST
Produced by Jeet's Grassroot Entertainment, Game will be released this month
Poster of Game starring Jeet. (Photo: Deccan Chronicle)
 Poster of Game starring Jeet. (Photo: Deccan Chronicle)
Kolkata: In the first film on serialblasts and sleeper cell in Tollywood, superstar Jeet now enacts an Armyman doubling up as NIA agent in 'Game'.
 
"Game is a spectacular flick where I am assigned to eradicate the sleeper cells that conspire to carry on bomb blasts in Kolkata across 12 localities," Jeet said.
 
"Game is a never-before film in shots, effects and real life stunts. It centres on Jeet who takes on the terror network during vacation to his home city. The film has a gripping espionage drama," Director Baba Yadav, having cast the hero in masala hit 'Boss' on Mumbai underworld, said.
"He is then aided by his 11 Army friends," Yadav said.
 
Loosely inspired with the reports of busting of the sleeper cells in Hyderabad and Pune following serial blasts few years back, 'Game' shows the life of a romancing security personnel, being supported by the woman in his life Trisha, popular actor Subhosree.
 
"Yes I enact Abhimanyu, and there is a 'Chakravyuha' but he knows the way out in the modern Mahabharata," the mirror self of Common Man in 'Royal Bengal Tiger' quipped.
 
The film, produced by Jeet's Grassroot Entertainment, will be released this month. 
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