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Abhinay Deo and Neeta Shah partner to produce multiple films and web series under their banner RDP Pulp Fiction Entertainment

Updated on: 20 September,2022 09:42 PM IST  |  Mumbai
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Abhinay, along with Neeta aims to bring diverse “never seen before” content which will again be clutter breaking and first of its kind in India

Abhinay Deo and Neeta Shah partner to produce multiple films and web series under their banner RDP Pulp Fiction Entertainment

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Filmmaker Abhinay Deo, known for cult films like ‘Delhi Belly’, ‘Force 2’ and ‘Blackmail’, has partnered with entrepreneur Neeta Shah to produce multiple films and web shows together under their banner RDP Pulp Fiction Entertainment. Abhinay, along with Neeta aims to bring diverse “never seen before” content which will again be clutter breaking and first of its kind in India.

The banner’s first web series “GamerLog” was recently announced with International Studio Lionsgate, which revolves around the world of Gaming as an E-sports.
Says Abhinay about his vision for the company, “This is a wonderful time to make content that is experimental in nature, yet entertaining and more real and relatable to the larger base of people. Our endeavor is to find stories that are rooted in our country yet relatable to the global audiences.”


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Says Neeta, “Abhinay and I have developed multiple scripts for both films and series of various genres. We aim to bring subjects that have not been explored yet and are pertinent in today’s time. We already have some good studios on board as our partners. While 2 of our projects will go on floor early next year, we plan to announce a few more very soon.”

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