Photograph: New poster reveals Ritesh Batra film, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sanya Malhotra, will release on 15 March
Photograph has been premiered at Berlin International Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival this year.
After receiving plenty of appreciation at Sundance and Berlinale, the makers of Photograph have decided to release the film in India on 15 March. Starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra in lead roles, the makers took to social media to share the news along with a new poster of the film.
While one side of the poster shows Nawazuddin with a camera standing in front of the Gateway of India, the other part shows Sanya, who plays a college girl in the film in a green top with a bag hung over her shoulders.
— Photograph (@PhotographAmzn) February 14, 2019
Photograph had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and was recently screened at the Berlin Film Festival, where it received great reviews and was appreciated by the critics. The film marks the reunion of director Ritesh Batra and actor Nawazuddin after their successful collaboration in The Lunchbox.
The backdrop of the film is set in Mumbai, where Nawaz is essaying the character of a photographer and Sanya Malhotra plays the role of an introverted college girl
Directed by Ritesh Batra, Photograph is presented by Amazon Studios in association with The Match Factory.
(With inputs from Asian News International)
Deepika Padukone launches initiative to provide mental health assistance to COVID-19 frontline workers
Sale proceeds from the actor's online shop, The Deepika Padukone Closet, will go to NGO Sangath’s Covid-19 well-being centre.
With Britney Spears demanding to be freed from her conservatorship, a look at why exit from strict oversight is difficult
Britney Spears will have to undergo a psychological evaluation to end her conservatorship, which uneasily melds mental health criteria with legal standards.
Amazon Prime India also revealed that Narappa, Sarpatta Parambarai and Malik were watched by its subscribers in over 3,200 towns and cities in India as well as in over 150 countries and territories globally.