Tag: Curse of the Kohinoor
A curse is upon us! Get your first look at CURSE OF THE KOHINOOR as taken from the Dastaan-E-Naukavi.
This teaser trailer introduces us to Asha and her adventures in the jungles of East India during the time of the British Raj. Curse of the Kohinoor hits theaters next summer.
THE NAUKAVI AT COMIC CON MUMBAI
Director Raghav Murali and the Naukavi team were on hand at the Comic Con Mumbai to spread some magic – and cast some spells – this past weekend:
Today, we welcome you deep inside the chamber of secrets in the magical world of Curse of the Kohinoor. Here is your first look at Tarini Pal as Asha, Rahsaan Noor as Daku Sultan Kazi, Vritika Ramnani and Aref Syed, and George Smith as Lord Savage.
Rahsaan Noor as Daku Sultan Kazi and Vritika Ramnani as Begum Leila.
Kohinoor features Rahsaan Noor as the infamous Daku Sultan Kazi, an ex-Thuggee who embarks on an adventure to steal the Kohinoor in 1837 Bengal. In this 1st look, you get a glimpse of Sultan kidnapping Leila, the daughter of the Khan Bahadur whom he must sacrifice in order to break the curse of the Kohinoor.
Tarini Pal as Asha.
The Daku, however, meets a twist of fate when he encounters our hero – the Khan Bahadur’s maidservant – Asha.
George Smith as Lord Savage.
Rahsaan Noor’s Ziryab Entertainment has signed a three-year, three-film deal with Bengal based Universal Group.The partnership was formally announced at the recently held CinemaCon in Las Vegas with the unveiling of “Curse of the Kohinoor”, the first movie to be produced under the agreement.
“I had the pleasure of working with Ms. Hossain and the team at Universal during the marketing of my first film. She was one of my earliest supporters and I cannot think of a better home for Ziryab Entertainment as we continue our growth,” said Noor in a statement.
Universal Group and Ziryab Entertainment have four projects currently under development: “Curse of the Kohinoor,” which is being mounted as the first movie in the Nau Kavi franchise, is set to begin production this upcoming July; “Bengali Beauty,” a romance set during the Bengal famine of the 1970s; a yet untitled family drama film based on a book proposal by writer Sohani Hossain; and “Cyclewala”, another original script by Noor about a rickshawallah who competes in the Tour de France.