MUMBAI, INDIA  JANUARY 27: Priyanka Chopra with her mother Madhu Chopra at Sanjay Leela Bhansalis Padma Shri honour celebrations in Mumbai.(Photo by Milind Shelte/India Today Group/Getty Images)

Paakhi A Tyrewala’s Pahuna: The Little Visitors has been selected to be screened at the coveted Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The film, produced by actor-producer Priyanka Chopra and Dr Madhu Chopra, will have its world premiere at the festival. In addition to presenting her film on September 7, at the festival, Chopra will also be the guest of honour at this year’s TIFF Soiree, which will be held on September 6. The film is among the first-ever Sikkimese films produced and the premiere will see director Paakhi A Tyrewala along with actor-producer Priyanka Chopra and producer Dr Madhu Chopra in attendance.

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