" ALL my films get a dignified release.Will not permit @CabaretTheFilm to debut unless ALL players put their supposed clout & might behind it," wrote Pooja Bhatt on Twitter
Kaustav Narayan Niyogi said, "I am hoping Cabaret will get U/A certificate. In fact, the idea of the film is bold and courageous"
Hundreds of wannabe actors knock on the doors of tinseltown everyday with hopes of making it big. If you have a godfather, half the battle is won and the industry is also quite welcoming if you belong to the field of an average Indian's interest - preferably, cricket
In the film, which has been titled Cabaret, the former India pacer will be seen donning the role of a Malayali mentor to the movie's leading lady Richa Chadda's character, who is a dancer.