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Veteran actor Kabir Bedi's next international film "The Broken Key" will be releasing in Italy on November 16.
Kabir, who earlier featured in international films like "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time", took to Twitter on Sunday to announce the release date of his next venture.
"'The Broken Key', my next film, with Rutger Hauer, Geraldine Chaplin, Christopher Lambert, Franco Nero, directed by Louis Nero releases in Italy on November 16. A magical, mystical film!" he tweeted.
Kabir will be seen essaying the role of a professor of antiquities in "The Broken Key". The English film, shot in Italy, is a suspense drama.
The film also stars Michael Madsen and Geraldine Chaplin.
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