Jeff Sackman’s sales outfit will represent the Vinay Virmani-starring comedy by director Jean-Francois Poulliot.
The Canadian indie, directed by Jean-Francois Poulliot (La Grande Seduction), is shooting in Toronto.
“Dr. Cabbie is an extremely relatable, heart filled comedy drama, which audiences will relate to globally,” Sackman said in a statement Monday.
The movie about a young Indian doctor who immigrates to Canada and sets up a mobile taxi clinic to heal passengers starsVinay Virmani, Adrianne Palicki, Kunal Nayyar andChris Diamantopoulos.
Dr. Cabbie is co-funded by Telefilm Canada, SODEC and the Harold Greenberg Fund.
The film will be distributed in Canada by Entertainment One, while Eros International will handle the Indian sub-continent.
Being Human will provide 2,500 water tankers with a storage capacity of 2,000 litres each to the drought affected districts of Marathwada from May 6 to 31.
May 07, 2013
Mumbai: Bollywood star Salman Khan’s ‘Being Human’ foundation has come forward to offer help in the drought-hit Marathwada region of Maharashtra.
The foundation is providing 2,500 water tankers with a storage capacity of 2,000 litres each to the drought-affected districts of Marathwada.
“We received an e-mail that Beed district will get 750 water tanks from ‘Being Human’ foundation. We have informed the Divisional Commissioner for distribution of these tanks,” Beed Residential District Collector B M Kamble said.
As per the e-mail, the NGO would supply 750 water tankers to Beed, 500 each to Osmanabad and Jalna, and 250 each to Aurangabad and Nanded.
The NGO has also adopted 200 villages in the Aurangabad district.
People of the Marathwada region have been facing acute water scarcity caused by uneven distribution of rainfall in the state.