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Vidyut's film with Chuck Russell to release in October 2018

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Actor Vidyut Jamwal's upcoming film "Junglee", directed by Hollywood filmmaker Chuck Russell, will hit the screens on October 19, 2018. The film revolves around Ashwath, born and brought up in the jungles of Kerala. Much to his animal-activist father's disappointment, Ashwath goes on to become a big-shot veterinarian in the big city of Mumbai. When Ashwath returns to Kerala after years he decides to expose and fight against the elephant poaching racket in the country. The project is produced by Junglee Pictures.
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