Mumbai, September 25 (CINEWS): Kapil Sharma and Yuvraaj Parashar’s film Dunno Y2… Life Is a Moment has been formally chosen for Filmfest Homochrom, Germany’s most youthful LGBT (lesbian gay indiscriminate transgender) film celebration, which will be held this October.
It will likewise be screened at the Barcelona International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and the Oslo/Fusion International Film Festival, Norway, one month from now.
The motion picture, helmed by Tonje Gjevjon and Sanjay Sharma, has not just been gathering positive reaction in the worldwide circuit – from Norwegian film commentator Ole Christian Ekelund to Oscar-named performer Per Christian Ellefsen – yet closer home also. Theater performer Dolly Thakore says, “The executives have taken care of the subject delicately. It keeps the gathering of people included in the adoration story. Dunno Y2… will go far in making the LGBT group adequate.”
While Crown Prince of Rajpipla, Manvendra Singh Gohil, calls it ‘an extremely striking film for mainstreaming homosexuality in our general public,’ executive Sridhar Rangayan of Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival echoes, “It’s a daring exertion and an enlivening film.” Veteran producer Anil Sharma says that this motion picture will win a larger number of grants than the first film, Dunno Y Na Jaane Kyun… An unmistakable transgender association in India has officially honored both the films for their commitment to the LGBT group.