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John Abraham To Turn Producer For Revathi Roy Biopic

As per the latest B Town actor John Abraham is all set to do a biopic film on the social entrepreneur Revati as a producer. Revati is a known figure and is the lady to have Asia’s first all-women taxi service called Hey Deedee along with the first all-women last-mile delivery service. We know he has his own production company called JA Entertainment and he has produced a couple of films earlier. This time he has collaborated with Grewal’s Red Ice Films along with Vyka Entertainment of Anil Bohra to produce the movie.

Currently, the film is in the pre-production stage, while it will have Robbie Grewal as its producer. Talking about the same, he said that he is really happy to do this venture with the two more producers with him. He called the story to be an upbeat one that has all the elements one would like to have in films like the inspiring story, drama, struggle and funny moments from the highly spirited women. John said by doing this film he would showcase empowering the underprivileged women.

The film is based on the book called “Who is Revathi Roy” written by Swati Lodha. While the lady on which the film is to be made is also pleased to see her biopic coming on the silver screen. While talking about her life, she said women in our society are born fighters and any opportunity coming to them is not wasted. She further added that society just needs to offer them the right environment to make them flourish. Roy is in the list of Fortune India’s Most powerful women in 2019. She has trained and empowers many women who are not helping her family.

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