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Actor Napoleon condemns China’s attempts to claim Indian territory in Ladakh

Former Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment and actor Napoleon has strongly condemned China’s attempts to claim Indian territory in Ladakh.

Talking to, actor Napoleon, says, “China’s attempts to enter our land cannot be accepted and is highly condemnable.”

Napoleon, who migrated to the United States a few years ago and who is now busy acting in Hollywood films, has a series of English films waiting to release. Originally, the films were scheduled to release in theatres. However, the Covid 19 pandemic has forced the filmmakers to consider releasing them on OTT platforms.

Giving out details of his just released film, Devil’s Night, on Amazon, Napoloen says, “The film, which has been directed by Sam Logan Khaleghi, was released on Amazon in the US and Canada, where it has been evoking quite a good response. The actors’ performances and the film’s cinematography have come in for widespread praise. I play a museum curator in the film.”

The film, which features Jesi Jensen, Nathan Kane Mathers, Grover McCants, Sam Logan Khaleghi, Andrew Dawe Collins, Ammar Nemo and Keyna Reynolds apart from Napoleon, has been produced by Kyyba Films Tel Ganesan.

Following Devil’s Night, Napoleon has two other films waiting to hit screens.

“I have Christmas Coupon and Trap City waiting to release after Devil’s Night. The original plan was to release them in theatres. However, if the opening of theatres is going to be delayed by a considerable time period, we will look to release both these films on the OTT platform as well,” says the actor, who informs that the film units are watching the situation carefully and ready to make suitable decisions accordingly.