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Sikhya Entertainment Acquires Right Of Maharaja In Denims

Sikhya Entertainment Acquires Right Of Maharaja In Denims
Sikhya Entertainment Acquires Right Of Maharaja In Denims
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Sikhya Entertainment has acquired the rights to bestselling novel ‘Maharaja in Denims’ written by Chandigarh-based author Khushwant Singh to be adapt on silver-screen.

Guneet Monga’s Sikhya Entertainment made the official announcement on social media. It said, “We at @sikhyaent are delighted to announce acquisition of the rights of Maharaja In Denims in association with @AmaryllisManjul, the bestselling novel written by renowned author, @Singhkhushwant! @guneetm @manjulpublishin @aachinjain”

“#MaharajaInDenims is a historical fiction, story of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, seen through the eyes of a teenager named Hari, who believes he is a reincarnation of the Maharaja. The story juxtaposes between two eras—the glorious rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and contemporary India”

The story is an intriguing narrative of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, seen through the eyes of a teenager named Hari, who believes he is a reincarnation of the Maharaja. The story juxtaposes between two eras — the glorious rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and contemporary India.

Sharing her excitement, Guneet Monga tweeted, “I have been fascinated by the epic tales of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and was looking to tell the story of the legend! @sikhyaent in association with @AmaryllisManjul have acquired the rights of bestselling novel, Maharaja In Denims, written by the renowned author @Singhkhushwant”

Maharaja Ranjit Singh is popularly known as ‘Sher-e-Punjab’ or the ‘Lion of Punjab’. Hari becomes a bridge between the historical, spiritual and political history of the past and present day Punjab.

Known in the industry for producing acclaimed films like the “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “The Lunchbox” and “Masaan”, Guneet said Khushwant’s novel transgresses multiple eras and very poignantly and boldly describes the tale of the then and now.

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