‘Chhello Show’ director Pan Nalin talks about growing regional cinema, saying ‘it is symbolic of India’s rapid progress’


Mumbai: Indian filmmaker Pan Nalin, whose Gujarati film “Chhello Show” or “Last Film Show” was submitted as India’s official entry for the 95th Academy Awards in the Best International Feature Film category, believes that India’s regional cinema gaining fame on a global level is indicative of India’s progress on the international stage.

Continuing the same, the director told IANS: “‘Last Film Show’ or ‘Chhello Show’, as we know it, is one of my greatest achievements. The respect and admiration that the film has garnered around the world, until the fact that it was selected as India’s official entry for the Oscars warms my heart. The rise of regional cinema is symbolic of India’s rapid progress not only on a national but global scale.”

The makers of the film recently released unseen footage of the film, which is available to stream exclusively on IMDb’s website.

Pan responded to the same, saying, “I’m excited to premiere an exclusive glimpse of the film on IMDb. For years, the platform has served cinema audiences around the world, advocating for authentic storytelling, regardless of scale. I couldn’t think of a better platform to debut unseen clips from the film.”

Written, directed and produced by Pan, the film is produced by Roy Kapur Films, Jugaad Motion Pictures and Monsoon Films. It tells the story of nine-year-old Samay, played by Bhavin Rabari, captivated by the magic of movies but struck by fate.





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