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Vipul Amrutlal Shah enters digital realm with 2 web-series announcements

The producer-director is also set to produce four features, including his next directorial venture. 

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Filmmaker Vipul Amrutlal Shah has announced a slate of new projects, including his foray into the digital domain. The producer-director is set to back two new web-series, and his own upcoming directorial project.

Of the two web-series, one will be based on the iconic Gujarati writer, Harkisan Mehta's story of the notorious thug, Amir Ali, set in 19th century. The other series will be created by Mozez Singh, writer-producer of Zubaan (2016), and revolve around the growing human drug testing menace.

In addition to his entry into the digital domain, Shah is also set to begin work on his next directorial project after Namaste England (2018). "All my films have tackled diverse genres. With my new film, I am yet again working in a genre I haven’t explored before. I am really kicked about it and cannot wait to start working on it," Shah revealed.

In terms of his production, the studio will next back the directorial ventures of Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan, Deven Bhojwani, Aaditya Datt, and Sankalp Reddy.

While Chauhan's film is an action thriller, Bhojwani's is a more emotional story between a man and a dog. Datt has just finished Commando 3, which features Vidyut Jammwal in the lead.

Speaking of the films, Shah said, "These films have diverse stories and are made by talented filmmakers who have such unique voices. I am really excited to back these projects."