Indian film debuts in Singapore

Virendra Singh Rawat


The thriving island state of Singapore hosed the trailer launch of Hindi film ‘Let’s Talk Na’, which is ready for commercial release and set ablaze the film festival circuit around the world.
The celluloid caper has been shot in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh. The film’s trailer was launched during the ‘Milestone Miss & Mrs India International’ pageant in Singapore, the global business and tourism hotspot.
The film has been produced by Lucknow-based adman, filmmaker and avid photographer Anand Krishna under his Purple Production banner. The romantic sequences have been shot in the picturesque locales of Umbergaon (Gujarat) and serene beaches of Alibaug (Maharashtra).
“The film has a slick and an engaging storyline to bind viewers. The signature song of the film ‘Mann Baware’ will appeal to one and all with its mellifluous tune and beautiful words,” he averred. The lead cast includes Pravin Singh Sisodia and Keyuri Shah.
The flick narrates the tale of two disillusioned individuals, who embark upon an undecided sojourn. They happen to meet and in due course come closer. What happens next is the crux of the film with a life message for all.
The scrip and dialogues are penned by Sisodia, while emerging filmmaker Purvi Anand is the creative director. “This is basically a refined example of experimental cinema weaved in a limited budget. The film would present Indian values before the global cinema audience,” Krishna signed off.

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