The makers of Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper's forthcoming comedy-drama film 'Burnt' have planned a special screening of the film for the chefs and food bloggers of Mumbai.
Bradley Cooper. Pic/Santa Banta
In the John Wells directorial, Bradley Cooper plays the role of Adam Jones, who is a chef and has destroyed his career with drugs and diva behaviour. He cleans up and returns to London, determined to redeem himself by spearheading a top restaurant that can gain three Michelin stars.
The makers feel such type of subjects don't come very often and hence thought of holding a special screening for all the chefs in Mumbai, as it will be a perfect treat for all the gastronomical magicians.
"'Burnt' is a film about a passionate chef, who loves his craft. Holding a special screening for chefs will be like a celebration of talent and craft, of which each of them is equally passionate about," the spokesperson of the film said in a statement.
"Every chef will be able to relate to the film," the spokesperson added.
The special screening will happen sometime before the release of the film on October 30 in India.
Apart from Cooper, the film also stars Sienna Miller, Omar Sy, Uma Thurman and Jamie Dornan.
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