Nagesh Kukunoor’s Dhanak to debut at the MAMI 2015 festival

Mumbai, October 24 (CINEWS): On Friday, 30th October, ‘Dhanak'(Rainbow) will be debuting in India at PVR Juhu, as a piece of the Jio MAMI seventeenth Mumbai Film Festival with Star India. The celebration has another area called ‘Half Ticket’ which is going to showcase films uniquely implied for children and youthful grown-ups.Dhanak-still“Dhanak” which has won honors in the global circuit, will open the celebration in this class. The motion picture is composed, coordinated by Nagesh Kukunoor and delivered by Manish Mundra, Nagesh Kukunoor, and Elahe Hiptoola.

“Dhanak” is the account of kin, matured eight and ten who cross crosswise over Rajasthan to satisfy a guarantee the senior sister made to her younger sibling. This year, the motion picture was respected at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival with The Grand Prix of the Generation KPlus. The motion picture debuted at the celebration furthermore got an exceptional notice from Kids Jury there.

At the point when asked what he was most anticipating at the debut of ‘Dhanak’, essayist, chief and co-maker Nagesh Kukunoor said, “It’s energizing that “Dhanak” is opening the Half ticket area at MAMI. In its universal celebration travel as such, “Dhanak” has appeared to kids from various nations. I’m truly eager to perceive how “Dhanak” will be gotten by Indian kids and to check whether the story reverberates as unequivocally with them as it did somewhere else.”

Making its introduction this year, Half Ticket will display an energizing slate of 25 movies from over the world including fiction, true to life and activity. For most youngsters, this will be their first presentation to world silver screen. Every screening will be trailed by post-screening discourses keeping in mind the end goal to sustain a future gathering of people for free movies. 12 components and 10 shorts will go after silver portal recompenses given by the youngsters’ jury. The Jury for Half Ticket will comprise of 14 children matured between 9 to 15 years from crosswise over Mumbai, 7 of whom will judge highlight movies and 7 will judge the short movies.

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