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Ramesh Talware Movies Set to Produce Ten Films Over Next Five Years

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MUMBAI--(Business Wire)--Ramesh Talware Movies, based in Nashik, India, has closed financing on its first round of films. Bhavishyachi Aishi Taishi, the company's debut film will head into production later this year. Over the next 5 years, CEO Ramesh Talware aims to invest around $5M US to finance his ambitious projects.

Director Shirish Rane (Aai Ga, Dinkar Sambhaji Chavan – Ek Samanya, Manus, Jamma) has been confirmed for the Marathi film Bhavishyachi Aishi Taish. Ninavi, which is in development, will be the company's first Hindi language film.

Ramesh Talware ventured into real estate more than 30 years ago when he founded his first company. During this time, this real estate tycoon has built more than 100,000 square meters of real estate in India. This week the CEO is attending the Cannes Film Festival to announce the launch of his film company Ramesh Talware Movies and to meet with potential international partners.

Mr. Talware and his wife Chandra Talware, the creative force behind the film company, will also be on hand to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema during the fim festival. Ramesh Talware Movies, based in Nashik Maharashtra India, aims to focus on producing wholesome, entertaining family films.

About Ramesh Talware Movies

Mr. Ramesh Talware, founder of Ramesh Talware Movies, has been working in the real estate industry for more than three decades. He overcame a disadvantaged background to build an influential business in Nashik, India – 171 km from Mumbai, located in the state of Maharashtra. Talware has also established Helping Hands, an NGO that organizes charitable events to assist the under-privileged and to encourage social responsibility within India's business class and rising middle class.

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