Anurag Kashyap's Dobara to inaugurate London Indian Film Festival

Directed by Anurag Kashyap, the film is set to release in India on July 1. (Photo credit: Instagram / anuragkashyap10)

Directed by Anurag Kashyap, the film is set to release in India on July 1. (Photo credit: Instagram / anuragkashyap10)

London: Film MakeR Anurag Kashyap‘S upcoming thriller DobaraActing തപ്സി പന്നുTuesday night has been confirmed as the opening night world premiere at the 2022 London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) on June 23, ahead of its July 1 Indian release. This year’s edition of LIFF will feature female directors at the European premiere of The Rapist, directed by Aparna Sen and starring Konkana Sen Sharma and Arjun Rampal.

“We have premiered a number of Anurag’s films in the UK over the last 12 years – including That Girl in Yellow Boots and Gangs of Wasipur. Kari Rajinder Sahni said.

“We are also pleased with the extraordinarily strong cavalry of this year’s exciting new premieres in 10 different languages, and some of the personal conversations through India’s best female director Aparna Sen are very rare,” Sawney added.

This year’s LIFF, sponsored by Blue Orchid Hotels, Integrity International, the British Film Institute (BFI), the Bagri Foundation, and the Arts Council of England, will run for two weeks from next month. In Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds.

“It premiered at the London Film Festival just before Dobara’s theatrical release, a testament to the fact that its modern, sophisticated narrative is fully loved and acclaimed around the world,” said Ekta R Kapoor, producer of the opening night film. . “Dobara is our first film under Cult Movies, our new film division.

Other UK premieres at this year’s UK Film Festival, which celebrates Indian and South Asian films in the UK, include Pan Null’s tribute to the celluloid cello show and Anik Dutta’s Aparajitho – a tribute to the journey of legendary director Satyajit Ray’s first cult classic Pather Panchali. The festival line-up also includes Aditya Vikram Sengupta’s Once Upon a Time in Calcutta and a closer look at modern day Kolkata.

He is also an executive producer and will be screened at the No Lands Man Film Gala opposite the Oscar winner AR Rahman’s score. Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who plays a man who deals with the intricacies of identity, is the title of the acclaimed film. Under the festival’s ‘Save the Planet’ strut, I explore environmental and climatic issues at The Road to Kuthirayar, Ground and Hatibondu under my feet.

The Canadian Indian Documentary Superfan: The Now Bhatia Story Festival around the biggest fan of the Toronto Raptors basketball team will come to an end. Following the London leg, which ends on July 3, the LIFF will conclude on July 5 in Birmingham and July 6 in Manchester.


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