"Jonaki", which stars Lolita Chatterjee, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee and Jim in lead roles, is a tale of an 80-year-old woman who searches for love in a strange world of decaying memories, while her lover, now old and grey, returns to a world she is leaving behind.Jim said in a statement: "The Rotterdam Film Festival really makes yo" itemprop="description">
"Jonaki", which stars Lolita Chatterjee, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee and Jim in lead roles, is a tale of an 80-year-old woman who searches for love in a strange world of decaying memories, while her lover, now old and grey, returns to a world she is leaving behind.Jim said in a statement: "The Rotterdam Film Festival really makes yo"> 'Jonaki' a film people would be too afraid to make: Jim Sarbh
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'Jonaki' a film people would be too afraid to make: Jim Sarbh

Mumbai
February 4, 2018

Jim Sarbh

Actor Jim Sarbh, fresh from the success of "Padmaavat", was at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) for his new movie "Jonaki". He lauded its director Aditya Vikram Sengupta for taking a risk few would take.

"Jonaki", which stars Lolita Chatterjee, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee and Jim in lead roles, is a tale of an 80-year-old woman who searches for love in a strange world of decaying memories, while her lover, now old and grey, returns to a world she is leaving behind.

Jim said in a statement: "The Rotterdam Film Festival really makes you feel like part of a film family. I was so glad I got to be there and I got to see the world premiere of Aditya's beautiful dreamscape film.

"I am glad that he is out there taking risks making films that other people would be too afraid to, developing a new modern Indian art language of cinema."

Sengupta's second feature after "Labour of Love", "Jonaki" had four screenings as part of IFFR's Bright Future Section, which has been running since January 24.

Produced by Magic Hour Films, For Films and Catherine Dussart Productions, it received a standing ovation at the festival, followed by a question and answer session.

Sengupta said: "IFFR upholds auteur cinema and there could not have been a better place for us to premier 'Jonaki'. The audiences here are amazingly receptive, inquisitive which made it even more special for 'Jonaki' to have its premier at IFFR 2018. Audiences here do not only come to be entertained by cinema but to experience it."

It was a sold out premiere, said Samir Sarkar, Magic Hour Films, the film's principal producer.

Mumbai
February 4, 2018

Jim Sarbh

Actor Jim Sarbh, fresh from the success of "Padmaavat", was at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) for his new movie "Jonaki". He lauded its director Aditya Vikram Sengupta for taking a risk few would take.

"Jonaki", which stars Lolita Chatterjee, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee and Jim in lead roles, is a tale of an 80-year-old woman who searches for love in a strange world of decaying memories, while her lover, now old and grey, returns to a world she is leaving behind.

Jim said in a statement: "The Rotterdam Film Festival really makes you feel like part of a film family. I was so glad I got to be there and I got to see the world premiere of Aditya's beautiful dreamscape film.

"I am glad that he is out there taking risks making films that other people would be too afraid to, developing a new modern Indian art language of cinema."

Sengupta's second feature after "Labour of Love", "Jonaki" had four screenings as part of IFFR's Bright Future Section, which has been running since January 24.

Produced by Magic Hour Films, For Films and Catherine Dussart Productions, it received a standing ovation at the festival, followed by a question and answer session.

Sengupta said: "IFFR upholds auteur cinema and there could not have been a better place for us to premier 'Jonaki'. The audiences here are amazingly receptive, inquisitive which made it even more special for 'Jonaki' to have its premier at IFFR 2018. Audiences here do not only come to be entertained by cinema but to experience it."

It was a sold out premiere, said Samir Sarkar, Magic Hour Films, the film's principal producer.


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