The Storyteller: Paresh Rawal’s film will be shown in The London Indian film festival


The short film “The Storyteller,” starring Paresh Rawal and Adil Hussain and based on Satyajit Ray’s “Golpo Boliye Tarini Khuro,” is scheduled to open the London Indian Film Festival at BFI Southbank in London. As an Indian entry, the film has previously participated in prestigious film festivals like the Busan Film Festival. Kerala International Film Festival and India International Film Festival.

Director Anant Mahadevan expressed happiness

The director expressed his delight at the success of “The Storyteller” in Busan. On the occasion of Satyajit Ray’s centennial, Palm Springs, IFFI, and IFFK have emerged as a fitting tribute.

The Storyteller will be released on 22

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“It is a matter of pride and satisfaction that London Indian Film Festival, Europe’s largest indie festival has given it the status of opening film,” Ananth Mahadevan continued. The Storyteller, also based on a Ray original story, recalls an era of pure cinema and demonstrates the master’s subtle touch. “The Storyteller” will also serve as the festival’s opening act on June 22.

Story of ‘The Storyteller’

“The Storyteller; is about a wealthy businessman who hires a storyteller to help him sleep at night. However, as new twists continue to be added after this, the story also becomes more complicated. The Bengali short story “Golpo Boliye Tarini Khuro” is one of Satyajit Ray’s many works of fiction. “Also based on Tarini Khuro, the character he created. In addition to Paresh Rawal and Adil Hussain, the film also features Tannishtha Chatterjee, Jayesh More, and Revathi in significant roles.

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