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Zubeen Garg is coming up with a new film! Guess who will play the lead role?

May 05, 2018 10:58
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Zubeen Garg

Zubeen Garg while performing at a Bihu function on Thursday, announced that he is soon coming up with a new film called 'Julu'.

Interestingly, the lead role of the movie would be portrayed by a buffalo, which the artist has recently adopted. The artist has already named the buffalo Julu. Zubeen says that he and his team will train the buffalo for a year, and then begin shoot for the movie next year.

Related: Where is Papon? Why is he not performing in Bihu?

The singer also said that he is the first artist in the entire state of Assam to adopt a buffalo.

The story of the movie will be based on the very popular novel 'Julu' by Assamese writer Ranju Hazarika.

Zubeen from time to time has won the hearts of the people of Assam with his noble deeds. During the performance, the artist also stressed on causes like adopting the animals of the region during hard times, and help them survive as they are the rich heritage of the state.

Source: G-Plus

May 05, 2018 10:58
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