Gujarati-language film "Chhello Show" has been chosen as India's official submission for the Best International Feature Film category at the 95th Academy Awards
Priyanka Chopra, a global icon, organised a special evening for her industry friends on Sunday in Los Angeles. The official Indian entry for the 95th Academy Awards, "Chhello Show" (also known as "Last Film Show"), was screened that evening. The Oscar nominees' voters, according to reports, were present during the viewing. A dinner event for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences members was held after the film.
Gujarati-language film "Chhello Show" has been chosen as India's official submission for the Best International Feature Film category at the 95th Academy Awards. This narrative, which Nalin both wrote and directed, centres on a nine-year-old boy's infatuation with movies.
The focus of this story, which Nalin authored and also directed, is a nine-year-old boy's obsession with movies.
Along with the director Pan Nalin, producer Dheer Momaya, and American actor Karl Penn, the film's lead young actor Bhavin Rabari also joined the Los Angeles event.
PeeCee shared an update on the event on Instagram. She also praised Isha Ambani, a businesswoman, for letting them use her Los Angeles residence for the movie screening.She expressed pride at seeing amazing Indian films get a global audience in her post, "The least I can do is always support the industry that taught me all I know about my job. So proud of the amazing movies that come out of Indian cinema. ‘Chhello Show’ being one of the special ones. Good luck team! Go get ‘em," she wrote in her post.
The 95th Academy Awards' Best International Feature Film shortlist includes 15 films, including India's entry as well as the Korean film "Decision to Leave," Denmark's "Holy Spider," and Pakistan's "Joyland."
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