‘T for Taj Mahal’ trailer to release at Cannes

Sakal Times
Wednesday, 9 May 2018

With its commitment to back good stories, Sony Pictures Networks Productions (SPNP) is leaving no stone unturned to ensure their film T for Taj Mahal gets a global platform. After the news of selection of the film at London Indian Film Festival, now we hear that the trailer of the film will be unveiled at the India Pavilion at Cannes Film Festival for Indian and international media.

Directed by six-time President’s National Award winner Kireet Khurana, T for Taj Mahal is a heart-warming story of a journey of a man who is on a mission to bring education to his village.

With its commitment to back good stories, Sony Pictures Networks Productions (SPNP) is leaving no stone unturned to ensure their film T for Taj Mahal gets a global platform. After the news of selection of the film at London Indian Film Festival, now we hear that the trailer of the film will be unveiled at the India Pavilion at Cannes Film Festival for Indian and international media.

Directed by six-time President’s National Award winner Kireet Khurana, T for Taj Mahal is a heart-warming story of a journey of a man who is on a mission to bring education to his village.

The film stars Subrat Dutta, US actress Ali Faulkner (The Twilight Saga — Breaking Dawn), Bidita Bag and Manoj Pahwa. The film is co-produced by Abis Rizvi Films and will also be presented at a major international film festival post Cannes.

Sneha Rajani, deputy president and head, SPNP says, “Launching the trailer at India Pavilion at Cannes Film Festival is a great platform for the film. T for Taj Mahal is a story that deserves to be seen by the global audience and a platform like Cannes allows for the film fraternity across the world to sample it and help us take it as far and wide as possible. I truly hope the audience loves the film and will embrace the intent in its full glory.”

>Kireet Khurana, director, says, “I am delighted that SPNP is so committed to the film and is going the extra mile for something they believe in. A platform like Cannes allows the film to be presented to a larger international audience, especially given this is such a relevant subject. I am looking forward to the reactions post the launch.” 
>The film will release theatrically later this year. 
 

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