Another win for Love And Shukla

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After garnering loads of accolades at its world premiere at the Busan International Film Festival and European premiere at Tallinn Black Nights, the micro-budget love story, Love and Shukla, has won the prestigious NETPAC Award at Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival which is given to a film by an Asian director who shows important contributions to the new Asian cinema movement.

Love and Shukla, produced by Siddartha Jatla and Amanda Mooney,  is the story of sex, love and the search for privacy in a one-room Mumbai chawl. The film stars Saharsh Kumar Shukla, whose recent films include Raees, Rangoon, Highway, Ugly and Talvar and newcomers Taneea Rajawat, Hima Singh, Aparna Upadhyay and Loknath Tiwari.

Jatla wrote, produced, directed, shot and edited Love and Shukla, along with Mooney who wrote, produced and edited the film with Jatla. This is his and Mooney’s first feature. Love and Shukla will next travel to its US premiere at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and to festivals across Europe and Asia.

 

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