7 Indian films to be released

Cannes 2024: 7 Indian Films To Be Screened

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Mumbai :

With the 77th edition of the Cannes Film Festival being held on the French Riviera from May 14, India is set to make its mark on the canvas of the prestigious film festival, considered to be one of the biggest film festivals in the world. Seven films from India will be part of the festival. One of the movies, and India’s big hopes comes in the form of a Malayalam movie All we imagine as light. Directed by Payal Kapadia, the film will release on May 23 at the festival.

All we imagine as light Follows the story of two roommates who work as nurses in a hospital. How love and self-discovery change their perspective is the crux of the story.

The film will be the first Indian film to win the Palme d’Or, the main category at Cannes, which was the last self Which was released in 1994.

Another film will be screened at the festival satisfactionthe film is directed by British-Indian filmmaker Sandhya Suri and will be screened in the Undefinable Relationships section of the 2024 Cannes Film Festival.

Santosh stars Shahana Goswami in the lead role and is the story of a widowed woman who gets her husband’s job as a police constable in rural North India.

Then there is the Kannada short film Sunflower was first known which will be screened under the Cinéfondation or La Cinef section of the Cannes Film Festival. The film is directed by Chidanand Naik, a student of FTII.

Film by Smita Patil and Naseeruddin Shah churning, which was released in 1976, will be screened under the Cannes Classics selection. The film also starred Girish Karnad and Kulbhushan Kharbanda.

Actress Radhika Apte’s movie Sister midnight It has also been selected for the Directors’ Fortnight at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Directed by Karan Kandhari, the film is about a wife who faces the challenges of married life in a slum. After suffering abuse, she aims for revenge.

In the retreatDirected by Syed Maisam Ali Shah, it tells the story of a man who returns to his village after many years. The film will be released under the Association for the Distribution of Independent Cinema section.

The final film on the list is shameless Directed by Bulgarian director Konstantin Bojanov.

The film is set in India, and was shot in Nepal and India.

shameless Rani follows the story of an Indian sex worker who goes on a pilgrimage to a remote temple where she confronts her past, including a love affair, who is in jail in Bangalore for murder.

The film will be released under the category Un Certain Regard.

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