"Delhi is appealing to more and more movie makers because of its diverse culture, lively people and better infrastructure," Raveena said in a statement.

"I hope the 7AJ World Entertainment will avail all these potential benefits and offers a quality cinema to billions of movie lovers across the world," she added.

Raveena was here Wednesday to launch the production house "7AJ World Entertainment" and its first Bollywood film "RAB NAA". She was here alongwith actor Sumit Suri, actress Flora Saini and Sachin Khanna, owner and managing director of Dhhunki Productions, Mumbai at the event.

"RAB NAA" will be directed by debutant Ravi Sikander Anand. The story of the musical thriller film will reflect the youth power and challenges, that the young generation faces today. The event also witnessed the first poster of the film.

"Delhi is close to my heart and I love to work here. It is a city of hope for young talent and new people by providing numerous opportunities to work," said the director.

"Auditions for parallel lead roles will start soon across the country and star cast will be announced soon," he added.

 

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