We are strategically aligning some of our projects with Mumbai Mantra, who are already distributing our film Acid Factory. Apart from that, we have three films in partnership with Eros. We are also in talks with UTV for co-productions. With the stupendous success of Shootout at Lokhandwala, we’ve established a synergy with Balaji Telefilms and are confident that, together we will make films which will be trail-blazers. We are happy that White Feather Films is foraying into several ventures with the captains of the industry like Balaji, Eros, and UTV. ” We just hope that White Feathers’ association with Balaji culminates into a dream run.
In these times of recession, when all productions houses are cost cutting, the folks at Sanjay Gupta’s White Feather Films must be smiling away to glory. The reason? Well, they have managed to pull off not one, not two, but a whopping three film deal with none other than Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Motion Pictures. For the uninitiated, they have had a hugely successful association with White Feather Films earlier with Shootout At Lokhandwala. Reports have it that these films will range in different genres and will differ from mid budget to big budget films and that they will hit the floors in 2009. Talking about this deal, Gautam Kohli, the official spokesperson for White Feather Films said, ”Balaji is a valuable part of our creative plan and we hope to have a long and successful association with them.