Ankush Hazra shares some major updates on his most-anticipated film Mirza

Ankush Hazra shares some major updates on his most-anticipated film Mirza

Here's an important message for all the fans of Ankush Hazra and those who are eagerly waiting for his most-anticipated film Mirza. On the auspicious day of celebrating 75 years of India's independence, Ankush Hazra made an announcement for this masala film which was supposed to be directed by Sumeet-Saahil under ''Nexgen Venture'' and ''Ankush Hazra Motion Pictures'.

Ever since it was announced, Mirza created a frenzy among movie buffs who love action entertainers. Ankush Hazra was supposed to make his debut as a producer with this film.

But, due to creative differences with production house ''Nexgen Venture'', the film's lead actor and co-producer, Ankush Hazra, parted ways. Mirza' was slated to release on Eid 2023 and fans were eagerly waiting to see Ankush in the action-packed avatar again.

However, today, Ankush Hazra shared some important messages for the audience about his most-anticipated film Mirza as various rumors about the movie are doing the rounds in the industry these days. Ankush Hazra shared an official notice about the film on his social media handles. 

The notice reads 'To all my well-wishers and our extended family. Since a lot of speculations are being made about the movie, Mirza. I would like to inform you all that any information about this film would be considered official or authentic only when it shall be announced by our team. The title and the story of the movie are officially registered under the banner of 'Ankush Hazra Montion Pictures'. Hence to our beloved audience, I would request you not to entertain any misleading or fake information about Mirza'. (sic)

Here's the post:


Meanwhile, Ankush Hazra was recently signed for Kaushik Ganguly's upcoming film ''Asukh Bisukh'', co-starring Ishaa Saha, Parambrata Chatterjee, and Shayani Gupta in key roles.  Ujaan Ganguly, son of Kaushik Ganguly, will also be a part as a co-writer of this social satire comedy-drama.

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