By Hindustan Times
Bengali superstar Prosenjit Chatterjee, who is reportedly setting up a production house with Sahara Screen in Mumbai, is apparently investing Rs. 60 crore in the Hindi film industry. The actor has managed to finalise 10 scripts, which he will start working on next year.
"I haven't decided which among them will be the first film. I will also have to finalise the directors for each of them. The production cost will come up to about Rs. 60 crore," says Prosenjit who was last seen in the role of a political leader in director Dibakar Banerjee's Shanghai (2012).
Talking about investing such a big amount in Bollywood, Prosenjit says he has always wanted to get serious about the business of cinema, and build a brand of his own. "I could have easily shifte