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India�s first carbon neutral film

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GUWAHATI, July 11 - The Palash Sen starrer Biswajeet Bora�s full-length Hindi feature film Aisa Ye Jahaan is all set to hit the silver screen on July 24. The unit of the movie today kick started their week long North east promotion tour from Guwahati.

Written and directed by Bora and produced by Maya Kholie under Kholie Entertainment in association with Quatermoon Production, the movie is credited as India�s first carbon neutral film.

Besides Palash Sen, the movie also stars Ira Dubey, Tinnu Anand, Yashpal Sharma, Kymsleen Kholie and Saurabh Pandey, amongs others.

�The story of the movie has always been close to my heart and I am extremely delighted that what started as a very strong idea around three years ago is now all set to hit the silvers screen,� Bora said.

Shot across Mumbai and Assam, the movie revolves around the relationship between a husband and a wife and the ever-growing human detachment with nature.�

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India�s first carbon neutral film

GUWAHATI, July 11 - The Palash Sen starrer Biswajeet Bora�s full-length Hindi feature film Aisa Ye Jahaan is all set to hit the silver screen on July 24. The unit of the movie today kick started their week long North east promotion tour from Guwahati.

Written and directed by Bora and produced by Maya Kholie under Kholie Entertainment in association with Quatermoon Production, the movie is credited as India�s first carbon neutral film.

Besides Palash Sen, the movie also stars Ira Dubey, Tinnu Anand, Yashpal Sharma, Kymsleen Kholie and Saurabh Pandey, amongs others.

�The story of the movie has always been close to my heart and I am extremely delighted that what started as a very strong idea around three years ago is now all set to hit the silvers screen,� Bora said.

Shot across Mumbai and Assam, the movie revolves around the relationship between a husband and a wife and the ever-growing human detachment with nature.�