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Eros Films signs up Hrithik

Girish Rao | November 26, 2007 18:08 IST


For Hrithik Roshan [Images] fans there is some good news.

The reclusive actor has finally said 'yes' to Eros Films and will do a film with them next year. The film is a joint venture between Eros and Carving Dreams Entertainment.

Confirming the news, Hrithik said, "Yes, I am positively excited about this venture and am looking forward to working with two of the best in our industry."

Like Aamir Khan [Images], Hrithik Roshan too has been going slow on signing new films and taking on very few roles since Koi.. Mil Gaya.

In the seven years since he debuted with Kaho Na Pyar Hai, Hrithik has done a little over a dozen films.

His last big hit was Dhoom 2 [Images] with Yash Raj last year, and he will not have a release this year.

The only film he has done since was Jodhaa-Akbar for director Ashutosh Gowariker which will release in January 2008.

'Carving Dreams Entertainment manage my business profile in terms of endorsements, appearances etc� Hence agreeing to do their debut film production project is a step towards strengthening our existing relationship. Eros International is known for their excellent film production and global distribution network, so it helps to work with the best. I am confident that this union is definitely going to be a winner,' Hrithik said in a statement.

Eros International has been a late entry into the film industry compared to other big players but they have staged a coup by bagging Hrithik.

They distributed Shah Rukh's [Images] latest film Om Shanti Om which is considered to be one of the biggest hits in the history of Indian film industry.

Celebrity and brand management company Carving Dreams Entertainment forayed into film production recently by tying up with the Los Angeles-based Hollywood Studios International for five movies over the next four years.




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