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DNMUM429722 | 1/10/2019 | Author : Team DNA | WC :507

Junglee Pictures has an enviable slate of movies so far

2018 was a wonderful year for Junglee Pictures. The production house, led by its president Priti Shahani, had two `100 crore-plus superhits in six months — Raazi and Badhaai Ho. She
exclaims, “We have every reason to celebrate, our films have received critical acclaim as well as commercial success, which makes it even better for us. We had high expectations from both the movies, but the final outcome was beyond our expectations.”
Earlier, the company has achieved success with the slice-of-life comedy Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017) and the courtroom drama Talvar (2015). She adds, “We’ve been fortunate to come across stories we’ve been very passionate about telling. They are unique and have been so well-received.”
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