Indian-American Actor/Producer Anjul Nigam and Alec Baldwin Form New Production Company

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Indian-American actors and producers Anjul Nigam and Alec Baldwin have teamed up to form Persona Entertainment, a film and TV production company, Deadline reported. Their first project is the psychological thriller “False Awakening”, which Baldwin is executive producing and executive producing. Nigam, who will play the supporting roles, will be producing the film.

According to Deadline, the film “about a man whose waking nightmares begin to blend into his daily life” is heading to the upcoming Cannes film festival. Written and directed by Benjamin Tomson.

Offering a synopsis of the film, Deadline says that Baldwin “will play a psychologist who forces the man to use his higher powers to confront his past and prevent his life from turning into a violent psychosis.”

Nigam and Baldwin were among the producers of Joel Souza’s film “Rust,” which was discontinued last year when cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed by a bullet from a live ammunition gun.

In a statement to media outlets, including the Los Angeles Times, Nigam said he had worked with Baldwin “for several years”, adding that he “had an enormous talent to work with.” He said the formation of the company “grows organically from the natural progression of things.” The journey can be a roller coaster and I’m excited to share it with Alec.”

Nigam and Baldwin collaborated on Souza’s previous movie “Crown Vic.” They also act in the movies “Supercell” and “97 Minutes”. Nigam serves as executive producer on both films.

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Indian-American “psychiatrist” in the ABC medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy” Dr. He is known for his recurring role as Raj. His other notable credits include being a producer, writer, and actor in the movie “Growing Up Smith,” about an Indian family who moves to America in hopes of living the American Dream. He also produced “Louisiana Caviar,” Cuba Gooding Jr.’s directorial debut.

He was a supporting lead in the CBS/Hallmark Hall of Fame movie “Back When We We Were Grownups” and one of the four leading roles in “The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest.” He starred in the Universal/StudioCanal feature-length comedy “Speaking of Sex” with Bill Murray and James Spader.

On television, she regularly appeared as nurse Manoj Nakshi on the ABC medical drama “MDs” and was a lead role in the ABC miniseries “Netforce” and Showtime’s “Silver Strand”.