Saturday, 31 May 2014

Ranvir Shorey believes Titli is an alternative film in India

Talented actor Ranvir Shorey was present at the Cannes film festival for the premiere of his film ‘Titli’. Fans were absolutely thrilled to meet Ranvir in Cannes, where he has been celebrated as one of the stars of Kanu Behl’s stunning study of humanity ‘Titli’ which was screened in the ‘Un Certain Regard’ section of the festival.

Ranvir Shorey, who was interviewed by a journalist from the Huffington post, asked him about representing India through an alternative film. The acclaimed actor commented, “I think it's an alternative film in India, but here at Cannes, it shares the grammar of world cinema, as we call it. And that's something that was always the plan. It was not one of the films that I do to make money because I know it's going to do well at the box office. Why I chose to do this film was because the material was very close to me and second, it was a good film. It wasn't about the box office. It was about making a film.”

Shorey was very excited to do the film, after he had read the script, he believes that he was not fortunate enough to get such a good script very often. The main reason that attracted him to do the film was the passing on violence, which travels as a family and since this was closely related to his personal life it made him want to do the film even more. The film portrays beautifully, how great and universally appealing Indian cinema can be.


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