November 10, 2009 5:24:19 PM IST Bollywood Trade News Network
WELL DONE ABBA
The prestigious 40th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is all set to screen Reliance BIG Pictures' four major productions, Rituparno Ghosh's Bengali film SHOB CHARITRO KALPONIK, Padmashri M .S. Sathyu's Kannada film IJJODU, Buddhadev Dasgupta's Bengali creation JANALA & Shaji Karun's Malayalam film KUTTY SRANK in Indian Panorama Section starting from November 23rd - December 3rd 2009. Also Reliance BIG Pictures' strong run in the international festival circuit continues as Piyush Jha's SIKANDAR & Shyam Benegal's comedy WELL DONE ABBA in addition to JANALA and SHOB CHARITRO KALPONIK will be screened at 9th MIAAC Film Festival 2009 to be held between November 11- 15 2009.
Mr. Mahesh Ramanathan, COO, Reliance BIG Pictures said, "The unprecedented success of Reliance BIG Pictures at international festivals has extended to the home turf as well. Our films have been honored in 35 top cities around the globe within last one year. The recognition will inspire the team at Reliance BIG Pictures to catalyze the rapid globalization of Indian cinema".
SHOB CHARITRO KALPONIK that has received a lot of critical & box office acclaim during its released in India, the film completed 50 days at the box office in West Bengal. Directed by Rituparno Ghosh starring Bipasha Basu & Prosenjit, follows the journey of a woman's recollection of her marriage and her radical steps outside it. IJJODU directed by the veteran M. S. Sathyu starring national award winner actress Meera Jasmine and Anirudh is a story of young photo journalist's brief encounter with a woman of substance.
Shaji Karun's KUTTY SRANK starring Mamooty, Kamilini Mukherjee, Padmapriya and Meenakumari brings out three distinct personalities of a dead boat-man from the perspective of three women each of whom claims to be his wife. After the stupendous response generated from audiences around the world and international film festivals such as Pusan Film Festival, London Film Festival & recent 11th Mumbai Film Festival, WELL DONE ABBA, KUTTY SRANK & Buddhadev Dasgupta's JANALA are all set to charm the Indian audiences.