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Kubbra joins Kunal Roy Kapur in 'Going Viral…' (Movie Snippets)

Mumbai, Aug 31 (IANS) Actress Kubbra Sait will be seen sharing screen space with actor Kunal Roy Kapur in the new web series “Going Viral Pvt Ltd”.

“I play the confident, suave, independent and determined miss money bags to the firm ‘Going Viral Pvt Ltd’. My job is to get things done. A Leo in real life and a leader in reel life, was a fun part to play,” Kubbra said in a statement.

Talking about the web series, which will have eight episodes and will go on air on Thursday, Kubbra said: “It’s about the mundane world of making things go viral, the world where social media is the real world. The stuff that happens in our office is crazy, it’s mad, but in our world it’s what needs to be done.

“That is where the humour lies. The characters in the series add to the spice and sweetness to the humour.”

Sharing her working experience with Kunal, Kubbra said: “He is an actor’s nightmare, he is so funny, it’s hard to keep a straight face. In all seriousness, he is a wonderful actor, you get to learn so much from him.”

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Sheila Sandhu’s ‘Acceptance’ gets NGO support

Filmmaker Sheila Sandhu’s short film “Acceptance” — based on parenthood — has received support from NGO Women Empowerment Association.

The NGO aims to empower women and give them liberty to live with respect and dignity.

“Acceptance and love are all that is required for caring and adopting. This message has been beautifully conveyed through ‘Acceptance’ by Sheila Sandhu, who truly believes in selflessly serving society,” Archana Mohan Sharma, President of the NGO, said in a statement.

Sandhu, who earlier produced Seema Biswas-starrer short film “Holding Back” and made her directorial debut with “Acceptance”, said: “It is overwhelming to get support from such people. Archanaji has been living a social life.

“She is on a mission to eradicate cervical cancer and till date has donated more than 30,000 free sanitary towels to under privileged girls and women in rural and urban areas and is creating awareness on importance of menstrual hygiene.”

–IANS
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