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Quick Gun Murugan's 'Dosa' heads for Guinness

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An English film is coming up with Rajendra Prasad as hero, called Quick Gun Murugan. The subject of the film is the fight between the hero who advocates vegetarian food while the villain Milan opts for non-vegetarian dishes. A special scene was shot for the film wherein the hero prepares a south-Indian special dish 'Dosa".

In order to impose some speciality to the scene, the 'Dosa" is being made at a length of 40 feet at Sankalp restaurant in Ahmedabad and the details would be sent to the Guinness Book of World Records for an entry into it. The 'Dosa" was prepared by the hero with the cooperation of 16 other cooks and was prepared in 40 minutes time. Earlier, the biggest Dosa that earned a place in the Guinness Book is of 30-feet length and the latest 'Dosa" is breaking that record. The film, Quick Gun Murugan is being released across the world very soon, says, Fox Star Studio"s representative Vivek Krishnani.

Speaking on the occasion Rajendra Prasad said, “As the film depicts the greatness of vegetarianism, we thought there should be some special scene and we have chosen the south Indian dish for this purpose. At the same time, we have thought of some recognition for the event as well and hence we have chosen to break the earlier record." Directed by Sashank Ghosh, the film is being produced by Fat Fish Films.

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