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Dhramesh Pandit's 'Take It Easy' says NO to suicide

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, March 13, 2014]
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Prince Productions LLP unique adage on parents, parenting and children 'Take It Easy' starring model turned actress Dipannita Sharma along with Raj Zutshi, Anang Desai & Joy Sengupta though mirrors the truth of pressures on children from parents and teachers resulting in suicide, Producer Dharmesh Pandit who initially planned to include a suicide scene in the film have now decided against it.

When contacted Mr. Pandit on this he confirmed that the death scene has been removed as the makers doesn't want to give the movie a loud melodramatic color. Mr. Pandit explained that they want to be simple, sweet and straight in delivering their noble message craving for a complete family audience who come out with positive smile on their face, a change in approach towards their kids and hope in their hearts..

Producer Dharmesh Pandit elaborates further and says that initially they were 'in' for the suicide scene but after a series of discussions they felt that it's better to reach the heart and deliver the message with seer simplicity rather then forced sensationalisms.

Nowadays when we see Bollywood restoring to all sorts of sensationalisms to sell and market their movies, the cause and concern of the makers of 'Take It Easy' is certainly noble.

Dealing with the plight of almost every children & family who live in the metro cities of our country 'Take It Easy' is helmed by Sunil Prem Vyas and it promises sense with sensibilities..

Watch this space for more..




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