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Sanya Malhotra’s Mrs appears to be something of a festival favourite. Last year, Arati Kadav’s directorial venture had its world première at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, after which it was screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Now, the drama—an adaptation of the acclaimed Malayalam movie, The Great Indian Kitchen (2021)—has been chosen as the closing film of the New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) 2024 that kicks off tomorrow. Kadav says that the cinephile in her would always catch up on screenings at the NYIFF. Having her movie screened at the same festival on June 2 then is a surreal moment. “I look forward to the films screened at the NYIFF every year. So, I feel privileged that we’ve been chosen as the closing film. With this film, our aim is to connect with Indian audiences living not just in India, but also abroad, and this platform helps us reach the diaspora,” she says. Mrs tells the story of Richa, a dancer whose life is suddenly confined to the kitchen after she marries into a conservative family. To Malhotra, the Jio Studios drama—also starring Nishant Dahiya and Kanwaljit Singh—stands for a woman’s strength and resilience, while questioning patriarchy. The actor shares, “Playing Richa, a character grappling with the delicate balance between tradition and ambition, was an immense responsibility, given that it embodies the struggles of so many Indian women.”  

30 May,2024 07:33 AM IST | Mumbai | Mohar Basu
All We Imagine as Light

Have you heard? Love and hate?

In an unexpected turn of events, actor-politician Gajendra Chauhan congratulated Cannes winner Payal Kapadia, who studied at the Film and Television Institute of India when he served as its chairman. Last week, Kapadia became the first Indian filmmaker to win the Grand Prix award, the second highest honour at the 77th Cannes Film Festival, for her Malayalam-Hindi feature film All We Imagine As Light. What makes Chauhan’s well-wishes atypical, however, is that back in 2015, Kapadia was one of the students who went on strike to oppose Chauhan’s appointment as the chairperson of the Pune-based institute. “Congratulations to her. I feel proud that I was the chairman at the time when she was doing the course there,” Chauhan said. Asked about Kapadia’s displeasure over his appointment, he said, “She has never said anything about me. What can I say then?” According to protesting students, Chauhan did not match the vision and stature of past chairmen of the FTII governing council, and his appointment appeared “politically coloured”. Chauhan said that neither was he sacked from the job nor did he resign. “I completed my tenure,” he said. Back on screen Veteran actor Paresh Rawal is set to star in The Taj Story. Rawal shared the announcement on his social media account. “Announcing my upcoming film, The Taj Story. Shooting commences on July 20, 2024,” he wrote. It is set to be written and directed by Tushar Amrish Goel. The actor shared a poster image of the Taj Mahal alongside his post. The film is expected to delve into the history and significance of the iconic monument. Let’s talk business Testing her business acumen, Sonakshi Sinha decided to launch her line of press-on nails, but the move hasn’t been an easy one for the actor. “Acting is second nature to me, and though I learned everything on the go, I never felt uncomfortable doing anything. Right now, entrepreneurship is new to me. I am again learning the ropes. It is a bit more daunting than acting because it doesn’t come naturally to me. Business is something I have to learn, and I think I am doing pretty well at it,” said the actor, who was recently seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar. Honouring her family’s legacy Actor Sagarika Ghatge and her husband, former cricketer Zaheer Khan were recently spotted at an artistic event for an apparel brand inspired by the Kolhapuri royal tradition. Ghatke, who backed the creation, says, “This has been an incredible journey that was deeply personal and inspiring. It feels like a heartfelt tribute to our heritage; a way to honour the elegance and artistry of our family. Seeing the hand-painted designs come to life and resonate with modern women is immensely rewarding. This showcase was special, allowing us to share our passion for craftsmanship and storytelling with a discerning audience.” They keep coming Rani Mukerji has been awarded the Movified Best Actor Award in the female category for her work in the critically acclaimed film, Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway. In the film, which is inspired by true events, Mukerji essayed the role of a mother who fights the legal system of Norway over the custody of her child. “I am grateful for this recognition and would like to thank my director, Ashima Chibber, my fans around the world who supported the film, and everyone who took out time to cast their vote for me. I share this award with all of you,” she said. In solidarity with Palestine Prominent Indian celebrities, including Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Alia Bhatt, and Kareena Kapoor Khan, have shown solidarity with Palestine after an Israeli air strike on a camp in Rafah killed 45 people. Bhatt posted a story on Instagram with an image that read, “All children deserve love, safety, peace, and [a good] life. And all mothers deserve to be able to give their children these things.” Kapoor, who was announced as the national ambassador of UNICEF India earlier this month, reposted an image shared by the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. It read, “Images of burned children and families emerging from bombed tents in Rafah shock us all. The reported killing of children sheltering in makeshift tents is unconscionable. For over seven months, we’ve witnessed this tragedy unfold, resulting in thousands of children being killed or injured.” The post further called for an “immediate ceasefire” and the “unconditional release of all hostages”. Several other actors also reacted to the development.

30 May,2024 06:00 AM IST | Mumbai | The Hitlist Team
Karisma Kapoor and Karan Johar

Up and About: Setting sail

Manish Malhotra and Ananya Panday Kareena Kapoor Khan and Janhvi Kapoor Zaheer Khan, Sagarika Ghatge and Ibrahim Ali Khan Scare ready? Raashii Khanna and Tamannaah Bhatia are all set to scare the audience with their upcoming horror film. Only days before the release, the leading ladies were spotted in the city with the media Creators & viewers New and old members of TVF come together for the screening of a show in Bandra. We spotted comedian Zakir Khan, Amol Parashar, Chandan Roy, Sumeet Vyas, and Bhuvan Bam all charged up for the series. Neena Gupta made heads turn in the white co-ord set. Gearing to LOL We are loving this inclusive culture where, irrespective of the language, the makers promote their upcoming films on Hindi reality shows. We spotted Ammy Virk and Sonam Bajwa set to laugh their hearts out on a comedy show as they promote their next Punjabi film

30 May,2024 05:58 AM IST | Mumbai | The Hitlist Team
Varun, Malaika and Sobhita

Together for the planet

Nature conservation is a cause that many Bollywood stars champion. With World Environment Day around the corner, many actors have joined forces to spread the good word. This year, Abhishek Bachchan will lead the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Bhamla Foundation’s World Environment Day campaign, the theme of which is Bhumi namaskar. Bachchan will front the music video that also stars Varun Dhawan, Jackie Shroff, Sobhita Dhulipala, Malaika Arora and has been helmed by R Balki. Asif Bhamla, the mind behind the initiative, says Gulzar and Javed Akhtar were among the first to hear the song and praise it. “Bhumi namaskar is about expressing gratitude to Mother Earth that keeps giving us so much, and we selfishly keep destroying it,” he shares. The song is written by Prasoon Joshi, composed by Aman Pant and sung by Shreya Ghoshal, Sheykhar Ravjiani, and others.  While a cyclathon will be held on June 5 at Carter Road in Bandra to mark World Environment Day, an event has been lined up at the Carter Road amphitheatre for June 8. Bhamla is pleased that Bachchan agreed to be part of the venture. “Mr Balki told me that bringing Abhishek on board wouldn’t be easy as he is shy. He is known to refuse ads worth crores. When we explained to him that he’d be giving back to Mother Earth through this, Abhishek agreed.”    Bachchan says he wants to do his bit for a greener planet. “I’m happy to be a part of this global campaign. Plus, Balki has curated this, whom I have immense respect for,” he says. While Shroff is proud that the next generation is environmentally conscious, Arora says, “Healthy soil is essential for life on earth. Plants can survive without humans, but humans cannot without plants. This is a reminder [that we can] make a difference together.”

30 May,2024 05:47 AM IST | Mumbai | Upala KBR
The lead actors have reunited after Roohi

'Mr & Mrs Mahi' writer Nikhil Mehrotra: My opinion was sought on casting

Writer Nikhil Mehrotra has three sports dramas in his resume—Dangal (2016), Panga (2020) and the upcoming Mr & Mrs Mahi. But he refrains from slotting them in the genre. To him, the sport is secondary. “The story is about people and their emotions. If Panga was just about kabaddi, would it land? No, it had to be a woman’s story who leaves the sport and returns to it. With Mr & Mrs Mahi, I was excited about telling the story of cricket and a couple,” he explains. Starring Rajkummar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor, Mr & Mrs Mahi revolves around a doctor whose husband—a former cricketer—discovers her talent for the game. The drama marks Mehrotra’s reunion with director Sharan Sharma after Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl (2020). “It’s a blessing working with people who understand what you are trying to say even before you say it. He is aligned with my vision.” Nikhil Mehrotra Unfortunately, writers are often perceived to be at the bottom of the rung, having little to no say on how their material shapes up on screen. But Mehrotra says he has been lucky with Sharma and the studios he collaborated with so far. “My opinion has always mattered. Take this film for example—my opinion was sought on casting. I was expected to be there at the shoot. Dharma Productions make you feel valued. Your vision is respected, and when it is put on screen, your opinion is sought. I’m grateful to have only worked with those who value others’ creative opinions.” This film marks the writer’s return after the polarising Bawaal (2023), which was deemed insensitive by many for drawing parallels between a married couple’s woes and the horrors of the Holocaust. A year on, as he looks back, how did the discourse affect him? “It impacts a writer. A part of society loved it. When I met creators and writers, they asked a lot of questions. We had expected that when we wrote the film.” But is there room to make an outrageous film today? “Outrageous can have many interpretations. Due to social media, the flak and opinions have multiplied. So, we are more mindful.”

30 May,2024 05:46 AM IST | Mumbai | Mohar Basu
Aparshakti Khurana Pic/Instagram

Aparshakti Khurana explores new dimensions

Actor Aparshakti Khurana, who has teamed up with singer Savi Kahlon for the new love ballad 'Zaroor' shared how the track allowed him to explore new dimensions as an artist. 'Zaroor' is the soulful ballad, penned and composed by Savi and backed by the soothing vocals of Aparkshakti. It embraces the bittersweet symphony of memories, giving the courage to find yourself again. Reflecting on the collaboration, singer-actor, Aparshakti shared: "Working on 'Zaroor' has been a different and a fulfilling experience. Savi’s lyrics and composition hit home, allowing me to explore new dimensions as an artist."           View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Aparshakti Khurana (@aparshakti_khurana) "From the very first moment I heard the composition, I felt an instant connection. With 'Zaroor' I am sure you’ll feel every note of this heartfelt harmony that we have created," shared Aparshakti, who is known for his tracks 'Balle Ni Balle', and 'Kudiye Ni'. Known for his viral track, 'Apa Fer Milaangey', Savi expressed: "Creating 'Zaroor' with Apar has been a whirlwind of emotions. His soulful vocals have elevated the feel of this track." "We have created something that speaks to everyone who’s ever had to say goodbye to the past. 'Zaroor' is our way of saying, 'hey, it’s okay, you have the courage to move on'," added Savi. Set to tug at heartstrings and wrapped in layers of emotions, ‘Zaroor' explores the intricate journey of letting go and embracing new beginnings. Meanwhile, on the work front, Aparshakti has featured in movies like 'Dhokha: Round D Corner', 'Street Dancer', 'Luka Chuppi', and 'Badrinath Ki Dulhania'. He next has 'Stree 2' in the pipeline. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 May,2024 09:44 PM IST | Mumbai | IANS
Annu Kapoor

From 'Dream Girl' to 'Hamare Baarah', check out Annu Kapoor’s transformation

Annu Kapoor, a veteran of the Indian film industry, has once again captivated audiences with his remarkable ability to inhabit diverse characters with unmatched authenticity and depth. From his uproarious portrayal in ‘Dream Girl’ to his forthcoming role in ‘Hamare Baarah’, Kapoor consistently delivers performances that transcend the screen, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of Indian cinema. Talking about his character in the 2019 blockbuster ‘Dream Girl’, Kapoor portrayed Jagjit Singh, the father of Ayushmann Khurrana's character, Karamvir Singh. Singh's comically absurd infatuation with his son's alter ego, Pooja, was brought to life with finesse and hilarity by Kapoor. His portrayal of Singh's outlandish obsession, complete with donning Muslim attire, speaking in Urdu, and even emulating Shah Rukh Khan from ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’, was a testament to Kapoor's versatility and comedic timing. The National Award-winning actor effortlessly delivered a performance that resonated with audiences, earning him widespread acclaim. Looking forward to Annu Kapoor’s upcoming character that takes on a completely different role in ‘Hamare Baarah’, portraying a character steeped in patriarchal oppression and injustice towards women. This stark departure from his comedic turn in ‘Dream Girl’ showcases Kapoor's ability to seamlessly transition between genres and embody characters with diametrically opposed motivations and traits. As a strict and unjust figure, Kapoor delves into the darker aspects of human nature, offering a thought-provoking portrayal that challenges societal norms and provokes introspection. As audiences eagerly anticipate the release of ‘Hamare Baarah’, the film is set against the backdrop of Uttar Pradesh, and tackles the pressing issue of population rise in India while delving into the struggles faced by women. With Kapoor's impassioned plea, the film's message resonates even more strongly, urging viewers to engage with its narrative in its entirety before forming opinions. Jointly produced by Ravi S Gupta, Birender Bhagat, Sheo Balak Singh, and Sanjay Nagpal, with Trilok Nath Prasad as Co-producer and Kamal Chandra at the helm of direction, 'Hamare Baarah' promises to be a cinematic masterpiece. The story, penned by Rajan Agarwal, addresses pertinent societal issues with depth and authenticity. The film will be released by Viacom 18 Studios in India while Rising Star Entertainment UK is at the helm for the global release.

29 May,2024 07:31 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Saheefa Jabbar Khattak Pic/Instagram

Pak actress Saheefa Jabbar Khattak slams Bollywood for being silent on Rafah

While prominent Indian celebrities, including Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Alia Bhatt, and Kareena Kapoor Khan, have shown solidarity with Palestine after an Israeli airstrike on a camp in Rafah killed 45 people, Pakistani actress Saheefa Jabbar Khattak slammed Bollywood for being silent over the issue.  She took to Instagram and wrote, “While in the West everyone is blocking Hollywood celebrities and influencers, what are we doing about Bollywood? Our neighboring country, where we are eager to work, and where we speak so highly of them in our interviews, NONE of them have spoken against the ongoing genocide. Please stop wishing them birthdays and hyping them up. Their government has banned us from working "for them." Waisay bhee in the past we were rarely offered decent roles, and now, during this genocide, the whole of India is silent. It's time that we focus on our craft, make better films and dramas, and stop seeking validation from them or anyone.” Israel has faced condemnation for the strikes on the southern Gaza city of Rafah that local health officials said killed at least 45 Palestinians, including displaced people living in tents that were engulfed by fire on Sunday. Alia Bhatt posted a story on Instagram with an image that read, “All children deserve love. All children deserve safety. All children deserve peace. All children deserve life. And all mothers deserve to be able to give their children those things." "#AllEyesOnRafah," she wrote alongside the post. Kareena, who was announced the national ambassador of UNICEF India earlier this month, shared an image by the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) post, stating, “Images of burned children and families emerging from bombed tents in Rafah shocks us all. The reported killing of children sheltering in makeshift tents is unconscionable. For over seven months, we've witnessed this tragedy unfold, resulting in thousands of children killed or injured.” The post further called for an "immediate ceasefire" and the "unconditional release of all hostages" as well as "an end to the senseless killing of children". Richa Chadha shared a reel by a news outlet that claimed that Israel is "guilty of settler colonial genocide". "Anyone still supporting Israel is guilty of murdering literal babies," it added. Priyanka and many other celebs, including Sonam Kapoor, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Konkona Sen Sharma, Atlee, Vir Das, Dia Mirza, Triptii Dimri, Shilpa Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, and Rakul Preet Singh, shared a picture going viral on Instagram with words "All Eyes On Rafah" embossed on it. The Israeli strike caused widespread outrage, including from some of Israel's closest allies. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said it resulted from a "tragic mishap".  (With inputs from PTI)

29 May,2024 05:59 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Kolkata Knight Riders!

Shah Rukh Khan celebrates Kolkata Knight Riders IPL 2024 win with a sweet post

After Kolkata Knight Riders won the IPL 2024 title, the wave of celebration was endless. The team, co-owned by Shah Rukh Khan, is his pride and joy, which was evident in the emotional hug he gave his children Suhana, Aryan, and AbRam Khan after they clinched the win. Shah Rukh Khan celebrates Kolkata Knight Riders IPL 2024 final win           View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) Following the victory, Shah Rukh Khan took a victory lap around the stadium, where he performed his signature pose for the thousands present and millions of Indians watching from their homes. Now, the Bollywood superstar has taken to Instagram to formally congratulate his team. He wrote: "To my boys…. my team…. my champs….”these blessed candles of the night” …. My Stars…of KKR. I cannot do a lot of things and you cannot do them all either…but together we manage most of them. That’s what @KKRiders stood for. Simply being together. Beyond the ability and guidance of @gautamgambhir55….the earnestness of Chandu, the love of abhisheknayar & leadership of @shreyasiyer96... the dedication of Tendo, @bharathi__arun @1crowey & @leamonnathan... this team is built on no hierarchy just pure respect for collaboration. GG said if u can’t support a single vision as a team….u are leading to a division in the team. Each player understood that. Young and old. The Trophy is not a testament of having the best players in the team….but a proof of each player being the best for the team. Boys you are all made of Star stuff!! Love you all and don’t let the dancing stop! Also, so happy and thankful for each and every KKR fan and I hope all around the world youngsters learn that Tough times don’t last….Finally Tough and Happy teams do! Korbo…Lorbo…Jeetbo….Always. See u all at the stadiaum in 2025 (sic.)"  Suhana Khan celebrates KKR! Suhana Khan posted a new family photo on Instagram after the Kolkata Knight Riders' big win over the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL 2024 final. On Tuesday, she also shared several other pictures from the match day. In the first photo, Suhana Khan is holding her brother AbRam's hand as they walk on the field at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. The picture, taken on Sunday, also shows Shah Rukh Khan waving to the audience after KKR's win. Gauri Khan is walking next to AbRam, and Aryan Khan is standing in front of their mother. Another photo shows Suhana and AbRam with Ananya Panday and Shanaya Kapoor. Suhana also shared a picture of the IPL trophy and fireworks lighting up the Chennai sky. She captioned the post, "Worth the wait" with purple heart and trophy emojis. Ananya commented, "Best ever."

29 May,2024 05:06 PM IST | Mumbai
Randeep Hooda

Randeep Hooda celebrates Veer Savarkar’s 141st birth anniversary in Port Blair

Randeep Hooda is riding high on the success of his latest film, ‘Swatantrya Veer Savarkar’ which just dropped digitally on the occasion of the freedom fighter’s 141st birth anniversary. Reason? The actor recently received ‘Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Puruskar’ at a ceremony held at Swatantryaveer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak in Dadar in the presence of the Governor of Bihar, Rajendra Arlekar and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar’s close family member, Ranjeet Savarkar. Randeep received this award for his efforts and dedication towards representing the revolutionary leader’s life authentically, honestly and earnestly. Additionally, ahead of Veer Savarkar’s 141st birth anniversary and the movie’s world digital premiere, Randeep Hooda visited Port Blair, a city which is greatly associated with Savarkar’s life. Randeep visited the iconic Cellular Jail where the revolutionary leader was sentenced to life terms of imprisonment totaling fifty years and celebrated Savarkar’s life and legacy by cutting a cake with the officials and staff of the jail. This was a trip down memory lane for Randeep as he had previously visited Cellular Jail to shoot key scenes of the film. Randeep even visited Ross Island where Savarkar was shot and Flag Point where the Indian flag was hoisted by Netaji Subash Chandra Bose for the first time on Indian soil on December 30, 1943. The celebration of the life and legacy of Veer Savarkar continued at the special screening of ‘Swatantrya Veer Savarkar’ film which was attended by Randeep Hooda along with his wife and organized by Hon’ble Lt. Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Reflecting on the occasion, Randeep Hooda stated, "Standing here in the historic and dreaded Cellular Jail, where Veer Savarkar endured immense suffering yet never wavered in his commitment to India's freedom, is deeply humbling. His story is a testament to the power of resilience and patriotism. Today happens to be Savarkar’s 141st birth anniversary and also the world digital premier of the movie Swatantrya Veer Savarkar on ZEE5. Through this movie, we aim to bring his extraordinary journey to the forefront and inspire future generations. I am grateful to the Hon’ble Lt. Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands for inviting me here to commemorate the birth anniversary of our Hero in the place he suffered for the freedom of our nation. I feel humbled that my efforts in showcasing Kaala Pani on tabloid and for putting in my blood, sweat and tears in making Swatantrya Veer Savarkar in the most honest way has paid off as the movie is gaining recognition and encouragement from fans across”. Veer Savarkar was a fierce advocate for complete independence from British rule and a key figure in the revolutionary movement. The Colonial-era prison, also known as Kaala Pani, held Veer Savarkar for over a decade, during which he inspired fellow prisoners and contributed significantly to the freedom movement through his writings. His time in the Cellular Jail strengthened his resolve, and his writings, including his seminal work on Hindutva, continue to influence Indian political thought today.  The movie, Swatantrya Veer Savarkar is an authentic biographical drama, chronicling the life journey of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the most dreaded Indian revolutionary ever. He is one of India's most influential yet controversial figures in the struggle for independence and yet very little is known or written about him in popular culture. He is in fact the originator of ‘Hindutva’ and ‘Akhand Bharat’ and the inspiration behind great leaders and freedom fighters like Netaji, Bhagat Singh and Khudi Ram Bose. The film narrates Savarkar's story solely from his perspective, fearlessly embracing his ideals and beliefs that were initially contentious but eventually found their way into the fabric of modern India.

29 May,2024 03:55 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
Picture Courtesy/Prime Video IN's Instagram account

Shraddha Kapoor, Suhana Khan share their excitement for Ananya Panday's upcoming

As the makers dropped the poster of 'Call Me Bae,' featuring Ananya Panday in the lead role, Bollywood celebrities including Suhana Khan, Shanaya Kapoor, Ibrahim Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, among others, showered heaps of praise on the poster. Ananya's bestie Suhana Khan took to Instagram to show her excitement, commenting "Wowwww" under the poster shared by makers. Shanaya Kapoor added heart-eye emojis, while Shraddha Kapoor shared her enthusiasm with the comment, "Bae this is totally YAY!!! (Sorry lame I know)." Tamannaah Bhatia chimed in with, "Wohoo, so excited!!" Ibrahim Ali Khan, also took to the comment section and wrote, "Go Colly!! All The Best," Pulkit Samrat also took to his Instagram and dropped a comment that read, "Wohooo!! Congratulations."'           View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by prime video IN (@primevideoin) Earlier on Monday, Karan Johar, took to his Instagram account to share a fresh poster of the series announcing that the series will begin streaming on September 6. In the new poster, the 'Kho Gaye Hum Kahan' actress can be seen dressed in a red and white outfit, sitting on suitcases and staring down at the camera. With Ananya Panday leading the cast as Bella Bae Chowdhary, the series also features actors Vir Das, Gurfateh Pirzada, Varun Sood, Vihaan Samat, Muskkaan Jaferi, Niharika Lyra Dutt, Lisa Mishra, and Mini Mathur. Produced by Dharmatic Entertainment and boasting Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Somen Mishra as Executive Producers, the series stars Ananya Panday in her OTT debut. Written by Ishita Moitra, Samina Motlekar, and Rohit Nair, and directed by Collin D'Cunha, Call Me Bae is the story of Bae, who upon being downsized from heiress to hustler, discovers that her most valuable assets aren't her diamonds, but her street smarts and style. Broke but refusing to be broken, she navigates the newsrooms of Mumbai, finding beaus, behens, and her better self. Apart from 'Call Me Bae,' Ananya has other projects in her kitty. The actress is also gearing up for her upcoming ventures, 'Control' and 'The Untold Story of C Sankaran Nair.' This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 May,2024 02:11 PM IST | Mumbai | ANI
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