The New York Indian Film Festival has started, the film festival has been organized in USA from 4th June to 13th June. In which this time a total of 58 Indian films in 18 languages will be shown. Wherein USA as well as online can be seen booking tickets for movies. Trailers and teasers of films in 18 languages like Marathi, Bengali, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu have also been released. Many stories of Indian directors and filmmakers are being shown this time. Out of these, the film ‘The Miniaturist of Junagadh’ is being released at the film festival. Veteran artist Naseeruddin Shah is playing the main character in this film. Apart from Naseeruddin, Rasika Duggal, Raj Arjun, Padmavati Rao and Uday Chandra are playing the lead roles in this film. All the actors were excited by sharing the trailer and poster of the film. The film is being seen while booking tickets in the US and on online websites.
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The story of this film is in the year 1947. The time of partition of India-Pakistan, where an old Pakistani artist Hussain Naksh has to leave his ancestral ancestral home in India and go to Pakistan Karachi with his family. Hussain who is the best painter. Many of the paintings made by him remain in that house in India, when the owner of that house comes to know about Hussain’s paintings, he tries to return them, but there are some secrets associated with these paintings which are related to Hussain’s. The family wants to keep it hidden from both the owner of the house and Hussain. Rasika Duggal looked excited on the release of this film, while working with Naseeruddin for the first time, Rasika said that, working with Naseer ji felt like I was FTII. I am living that era again, got to learn a lot from them. Let us tell you that this film was written and directed by Kaushal Ojha. This story is based on stories written by Austria-Hungarian writer Stefan Zweig. It has to be seen how much people like this film in the film festival.
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