Writer-director Zubie Saurabh Sengupta, who started his career in advertising and created press and film campaigns for leading brands, has recently directed a film titled ‘In The Month of July’ that stars veteran actor Kanwaljit Singh, Shadab Khan, Shamim Akbarali, Aditya Ranvijay Siddhu, Donal Bist, Ranjeet Jha, Richard Joel, Rhea and Sana.
The film is a feel-good film, placed in a small hill-station in Himachal Pradesh and is about a lonely aged man and a much younger forlorn woman locked together in a redundant and loveless marriage, until an outsider, a young man, enters their lives and turns the pages. With its different approach, the film intends to bring in a completely new and fresh experience for its viewers.
‘ In The Month of July’ is produced under the banner of Teg Enterprises Inc. by Mr. Gurpal Sandhu, a venture capitalist-industrialist with his base in India and U.S. As he makes his foray into films as a Producer, his endeavour is to promote young and upcoming new talent including actors and singers. For his next production under planning, he intends to cast three new boys and three new girls to play the main leads.
Zubie Saurabh Sengupta has also composed the music of the film and penned 6 songs for the film among which he has crooned three songs. Cinematographer Ravi Mishra has shot the film and Sanjiv Goswami is the editor. Vikram Sabharwal has created the costumes of the film.
In The Month of July has been premiered on Shemaroome.com and is now also streaming on Airtelxstream and JioCinema and eventually shall release on more digital platforms.
Earlier, Zubie had also directed some noteworthy television serials including ‘Chahat aur Nafrat’(in which he launched Sharad Kapoor and Salil Ankola), Khamoshiyan Kab Tak (Featuring Renuka Shahane in the pivotal role) and ‘Kabhie Kabhie’(Featuring actors like Rajat Kapoor, Bhagyashree, Rohit Roy, Divya Dutta, Ayesha Jhulka and more). He has also helmed a Hindi Feature film It’s a Man’s World, which is going to be released soon.
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