Congratulations to London Flair PR’s client Fagun Thakrar for booking a role on the NBC Comedy ‘Outsourced’.
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Hakeem Kae-Kazim plays ‘Captain Jack Tobamke’ in ‘Attack on Darfur’
Darfur is being released in the US and Canada by Phase 4 Films on October 26.
Congratulations to Hakeem, whose new feature ‘Attack on Darfur ‘in which he co-stars with Billy Zane, Edward Furlong & Kristanna Loken scooped up Best International Film at the recent New York International Film Festival.
Awareness for the film has been rising steadily over the past year through its NGO, festival and other pre-release screenings, including several hosted by Boll in North America. It’s an approach most producers try to avoid for fear of losing momentum, and the need to quickly generate a return on investment.
Hakeem plays Captain Jack Tombake in this exciting and controversial film.
Darfur is being released in the US and Canada by Phase 4 Films on October 26. The film has sold in several territories in Europe, including Germany and the UK through Event Film. ZenHQ Films is currently planning distribution in Sub-Saharan Africa, including South Africa.
Congrats to Janina Anderson (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and Hakeem Kae-Kazim (Human Target) on upcoming rolesIn Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Janina Anderson on September 11, 2010 at 11:17 pm
There is more than meets the eye to stunning British Indian actress Fagun Thakrar. In her latest Hollywood feature ‘Blood and Curry’ she plays Deepa, an Indian lady who moves to America to marry a man she has never met. Sadly for her this man makes her life hell and she ends up loosing her life, this is a story that is played out for real far to often. It touched Fagun’s heart so much that she not only found it emotional to play, but she also decided to do something to ensure victims know there is help available!
Photos: Fagun visiting the headquarters of the charity she is the International Spokesperson for SAHARA.
SAHARA (South Asian Helpline And Referral Agency) is committed to serving the growing community of South Asians in Southern California by providing them with information, referrals, skills development and other culturally sensitive support services needed to meet the unique challenges they face and also to deal with the personal crises of survivors of domestic violence.
For more information on SAHARA go to: http://www.saharaorg.org/