Preity G Zinta, former union minister Subodh Kant Sahay launch poster of 'No Means No'

The film 'No Means No' is the first Indo Polish collaboration and is based on true stories revolving around women empowerment

Preity G Zinta, former union minister Subodh Kant Sahay launch poster of 'No Means No'

NH Web Desk

Actress Preity G Zinta and former tourism minister of India, Subodh Kant Sahay released the poster of the first Indo-Polish film, ‘No means No’. The film based on a true story about women empowerment, will hit the screen in cinemas worldwide on November 5 this year.

Hollywood star Steven Seagal who is a mentor to director Vikash Verma, conveyed best wishes and good luck to the team. "I wish you the best of luck my bother," he said.

Actress Preity G Zinta on the occasion, said, "I feel immense pleasure launching the grand poster of the film 'No Means No', directed by my family friend and director Vikash Verma starring my favorite Dhruv Verma. The storyline of the movie is very close to my heart and soul which is based on women empowerment. The film is releasing in Cinemas worldwide on 5th Nov 2021 and I wish them good luck."

Helmed by renowned director Vikash Verma, the cast includes actors Gulshan Grover, Deep Raj Rana, Sharad Kapoor, Nazia Hassan and Kat Kristian from India; and Natalia Bak, Anna Guzik, Sylwia Czech, Pawel Czech, Jersey Handzlik and Anna Ador from Poland. The playback singers include Shreya Ghoshal and Hariharan.

Produced by G7 Films Poland, the snowy mountains and picturesque locations featured in the movie provide a glimpse into life in Poland and is likely to give a boost to the country’s tourism.

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