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Abheek Sinha plays lead role in Abbas Tyrewala's film “1-800 Love”

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Every Indian wants to have a pie of the Bollywood dream. But few dares to dream, and those who dream, as a saying goes, their dream remains a dream. But for Abheek Sinha, a Tripura-based Bishnupriya Manipuri, familiar with ‘Rohn’, has at last kissed the Bollywood dream.

Abheek Sinha, son of Dr Ashok Sinha, will be playing a lead role with John Abraham, Pakhi Tyrewala, Raghu and Madhavan in the Abbas Tyrewala's film “1-800 Love” - a $ 10 million romantic comedy.

Born and brought up in Agartala, Abheek Sinha studied in Holy Cross School and then went for Jai Hind College in Mumbai.

“He plays the role of a protagonist's 16 year old neighbour and is a catalyst in the plot,” Abbas Tyrewala said in an interview given to Mid Day.

Abbas spotted Rohn at a cafe, walked up to him and offered him the role and doesn't want to consider another option at this stage, "I want only him for this role. I can't make the film without this boy. I see only him in the role. I want him and no one else." Replacing Rohn with a local actor is not an option, said Abbas in the interview.

However, the shooting that has to be taken place in London soon came under cloud with the visa denial of Abheek Sinha, Mid Day reported.

According to Tripura-based news site, Abheek Sinha was granted Visa with the help of a journalist who is presently based in Kolkata convincing the British Authorities that Abheek would for no reason will reside in UK.

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  1. Congrats! Abheek. Your dream has come to an end and now it's the right time to show your excellence and put your ultimate effort to give your best.

    Let us watch you on the big screen.
    Best of luck in your career.

    Pratibha Sinha
    Guwahati, Assam

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  2. I have been longing for the last 45
    years,being in Bombay, to see some one from our Bishnupriya Manipuri community in the silver screen of bollywood.Now Abheek Sinha is believed to be fulfilling B.M.Mumbaities dream in near future.I knew lot of Jaihind college students who are in the TV/silver screen.And Abheek too will be known to us in near future.
    Well done!keep it up 'Abheek'.God bless you.

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  3. Dear Abheek--
    Extremely very much happy to know ur marvelous news. Congrat, congrat , congrat ------- my dear brother. U are our little champ. Few years ago (1997-2000)our eldest brother(Jayanta Sinha) was playing in Cine world specially in South Indian & Hindi film but not in the main role. His dream to act in the main role has been fulfilled by U.He had been named as "Jacky" those days.Ur great achivement has fulfilled our BM community to a little upper level. Your performance has reminded my past days.Well done my brother. Keep it up.We (BM) proud of U. Always be cool, don't loose ur temper.You must have enough stamina/courage etc.for long term in Bollywood,coz lots of competition.

    Best wishes to U & ur family members.
    'JAI EMA BISHNUPRIYA"

    ANANTA SINHA, DUBAI.

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  4. Even after my earlier comment, my curiocity did not stop there, it is growing more and more to know about this boy.I rang up to Mr.Kajalkanti Sinha(Rtd.Addl.Chief Engr of Tripura)at kolkata and it came as a surprise to me that he himself is the eldest uncle of Abheek whose father Dr.Ashok Sinha is the younger brother,and was introduced to me by his nick name recently at Kajalda`s house at Kolkata.
    Abheek is a boy,who would be
    appearing in the film as child artist;but not in lead role as it mentined in the news.
    Once more, wish him good luck.

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  5. Thanks Yaar.My eyes r full with tears at my office when for a while i m checking my yahoo.id. It really a great ever happy and pleasant news that u r from Agartala and touchinf the bollyhood.Im from Dharmanagar,just waiting from todey about the realing date of ur movie. I t really a matter of great name and proud of our community.Hova oya thais taar.

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  6. Congrats to Abheek for this achivement. Congrats to his family too. Well go ahead with more dreams. You can do it !...Ranjit Sinha

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  7. TODAY I CRIED OUT BY WATCHING ABHEEK'S ARTICLE AND MY HAPPINESS CROSSED ALL LIMITS.I REMEMBERED WE LOST ONE CHANCE TO SHOW THE WORLD WHAT THE BM YOUTHS ARE.THIS MOMENT WAS WHEN TUSHAR SINHA LEFT 'SA RE GA MA PA' REALITY SHOW .NOW WE GOT ANOTHER CHANCE TO PROVE FOR THE SAME .SO ITS REQUEST TO ABHEEK BECAUSE YOU GOT A GOLDEN OPPRTUNITY TO MAKE OUR COMMUNITY FEEL PROUD INFRONT OF OTHERS AND SO I WANT YOU TO GIVE UR NOT 100% BUT 1000%.ABHEEK SHOW THE TALENT OF BM YOUTHS INFRONT OF THE WORLD BELIVE ME IF U DO EXCELLENT JOB THOUSANDS OF OPPRTUNITY WILL OPEN IN BOLLYWOOD FOR BM YOUTHS .ABHEEK PLEASE WORK HARD.ONE IMPOTANT FACT " YOU ARE GOING TO REPRESENT THE WHOLE BM PEOPLE INFRONT OF THE WORLD YOUR SUCCESS WILL BRING LOTS OF CHANGE IN OUR SOCEITY .THREE WILL BE A DRASTIC CHANGE IN OUR SOCIETY ONCE LET HIM KISS SUNSHINE REST THE WORLD WILL WATCH .GOD BLESS YOU.ALL PRAY FOR ABHEK

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  8. hi,abheek ,congrats ! this is one of the most happiest moment for me as i belong to the same community .u make us prode buddy.
    i would like to wish u good luck for the project and also for the future.

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  9. hi abheek .
    heartiest congrtulation from my side.you made us proud.this is a golden moment for us that a bishnupriya manipuri boy is going to hit the silver screen of bollywood.wish you good luck for the project and as well as for the future ones.

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  10. jagadish1980sinha@rediffmail.com23 December 2009 at 15:03

    hi,abheek,congruains for the achivement.you made us proud and our bishnupriya manipuri community.

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  11. does any one knows when this muvie goin to release.................

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