Filmart's Anil, Jai & Hrithik Mani launch Filmart Productions with the Kalki Koechlin-starre

Filmart's Anil, Jai & Hrithik Mani launch Filmart Productions with the Kalki Koechlin-starrer MANTRA

After decades of collaborating with the biggest names in the Indian Film industry, the Filmart Printers brand has chosen to take their passion for the movies one step further by launching their own production and distribution company, Filmart Productions.

Filmart has been in the business of cinema publicity and printing since 1968 and has done publicity printing for most of the big corporate and production houses like Eros Intl. UTV, Viacom, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, T. Series, Aamir Khan Productions, Essel Vision, Sanjay Gupta, PVR Pictures, Excel Ent among various others. After being involved in the marketing and publicity for many thousands of films, Anil Mani, Jai Mani & Hrithik Mani, the three brothers behind the brand, have started their own production & distribution company Filmart Productions with their first production venture, the film "MANTRA" starring Rajat Kapoor, Kalki Koechlin, Shiv Pandit, Adil Hussain and Lushin Dubey.

Anil Mani from Filmart, is excited about the launch with the film's theatrical release. right around the corner "After having been in the movie business so long, it is exciting to take this brand new step on to telling stories that will change the way people look at history. Mantra is an important film that will make people nostalgic for the 90s and deeply reflect upon how we got here."

Mantra made its world premiere at MAMI, India's premiere film festival in October 2016 and then went on to make its American premiere at the South Asian International Film Festival in New York. The film directed by debutant Nicholas Khargaonkar releases across India on March 17.

Synopsis: No film has, so far, sought to tell the story of 1991, when India opened up its economy to the world, forever changing the landscape of the country. et in 2004, against the backdrop of the 'India Shining' campaign popular then, Mantra tells the intimate story of a family, and through it, the story of the New India.