Photograph first look poster: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sanya Malhotra stroll down deserted streets of Mumbai

'It all started with a Photograph', reads the first look poster, with the Gateway of Mumbai in the foreground.

FP Staff January 22, 2019 11:28:18 IST
Photograph first look poster: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sanya Malhotra stroll down deserted streets of Mumbai

The first look poster of Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra-starrer Photograph has been unveiled. The poster shows Nawazuddin and Sanya strolling down the deserted streets of Mumbai. With the Gateway of India at the foreground, the picture reads, "It all started with a Photograph".

The film, helmed by critically acclaimed director Ritesh Batra, has been selected for Sundance Festival 2019. Batra is known for narrating heartfelt stories with a universal appeal, such as The Lunchbox and The Sense of an Ending. Photograph is also set to have its European premiere at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival. According to the official website of the fest, the film will be presented under the 'Berlinale Special Films' category, along with Zoya Akhtar's hip-hop drama Gully Boy.

The film is jointly produced by India, Germany and USA-based companies. Photograph is slated to release in India on 8 March.

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