Mumbai, October 10 (CINEWS): In the wake of showing two recompenses at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival, Nagesh Kukunoor’s “Dhanak” (Rainbow) made its Asian debut at the Busan International Film Festival 2015 held in South Korea. The film’s debut got a warm gathering and the group of onlookers cheered directly through the end credits.
The film has gotten a few conveyance inquiries since the screening at Busan. Drishyam Films feels it is a positive sign as arrangements are going all out for the film’s up and coming India discharge, slated for January 20, 2016. Nagesh Kukunoor, executive of Dhanak, says, “Dhanak’s fantasy run proceeds! To be allowed to screen at Busan is an awesome honor. Walk on Chotu and Pari!” Shiladitya Bora, CEO Drishyam Films: “We are charmed to have the film’s Asian debut at Busan. Busan has an incredible film market with a different and drawing in crowd vicinity. We are amped up for having gotten very much a couple dissemination questions from different regions.” The honor winning film created by Drishyam Films had its reality debut not long ago at the prestigious film celebration, Berlinale, where it packed away The Grand Prix for the best full-length film and the Special Mention for the best component film by The Children’s Jury for Generation Kplus.