Home > News > Hollywood News
Posted on Jan 07, 09:24PM | IANS
The screenplay of "Saint Dracula 3D", a project by Indian director Rupesh Paul, has found a place in the library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Produced by BizTV Network, the movie's screenplay will now be housed in the Oscar library as its permanent core collection, said a statement.
Credit for the story and screenplay goes to its director Paul, while the entire project is designed by Sohan Roy, the director of BizTV Network's first film, "DAM 999".
"Saint Dracula 3D" is about a powerful king of Romania, who has a very ordinary human side to his personality. If the conventional portrait of Dracula shows him as blood thirsty, "Saint Dracula" portrays him as a human being thirsty for love.
The movie is slated to release in India in March 2013.