Rumours are rife that Hollywood stars Demi Moore and David Duchovny will soon attend the India premiere of their film "The Joneses" that has been co-produced by India-based Vistaar Religare Film Fund.

"These are just speculations and I can't comment on them. I can only tell you that the film will have its first screening at Toronto International Film Festival on Sep 13 and the cast and crew are expected to attend it," Sheetal Talwar, CEO, Vistaar Religare, told IANS on phone from Mumbai.

There were reports that Vistaar Religare plans premieres of director Derrick Borte's film in London and India and that Moore and Duchovny will attend the events with other cast members.

"The Joneses" is a 93-minute comedy about an apparently "perfect" family which moves into a posh suburban neighbourhood.

Asked about the money that his firm had invested in the movie, Talwar said: "We are the co-producer and presenter for the film. I can't reveal how much we invested in the movie but the total budget of the movie is $12 million."

Filmed in Georgia and Washington states, it also stars Amber Heard, Gary Cole and Glenne Headly.

Vistaar Religare has also funded South African film "Finding Lenny" and intends to continue funding mainstream Hollywood film projects, besides Indian films.