Gujarati movie ‘Last Film Show’ also called Chhello Show is India’s official entry to the Oscars. The announcement was made by the Film Federation of India today. Helmed by Pan Nalin, it will release in theatres countrywide on October 14. The movie features Bhavin Rabari, Bhavesh Shrimali, Richa Meena, Dipen Raval and Paresh Mehta. Earlier, it had its world premiere as the opening movie at the Tribeca Film Festival in June last year.
Pan Nalin responded to the news and shared happiness on Twitter. Pan tweeted, “OMG! What a night this going to be! Gratitude to Film Federation of India and thank you FFI jury members. Thank you for believing in Chhello Show. Now I can breathe again and believe in cinema that entertains, inspires and enlightens!”
Furthermore, RRR and The Kashmir Files was also in the race for the Oscars entry.
Last Film Show (Chhello Show) is based on the digital revolution and follows a nine-year-old boy influenced by the magic and science of light and shadow that lies behind film projection.