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‘Nalda’ novel to hit screen

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London-based Silver Films has acquired feature rights to “Nalda Said,” the debut novel penned by Stuart David, former bassist of Scottish band Belle & Sebastian. Pic will be produced by Silver founder Janey de Nordwall and helmed by Yousaf Ali Khan, with script adaptation by Kathryn Akuhata-Brown.

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