Tannishtha’s films to screen at Toronto, Venice film festivals

Mumbai (IANS) Actress Tannishtha Chatterjee is delighted that her films are enjoying international spotlight, having been selected for film festivals in Toronto and Venice.

“I’m going to Toronto and Venice with many of my films. My film, ‘Parched’ is in the Special Presentations at the Toronto International film Festival. And another film, ‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ is seeing substantial media coverage recently. And for Venice a film called ‘Island City’ has been selected,” she told media persons at the store of designer Anita Dongre who has designed her for all these films.

“Parched”, co-produced by Ajay Devgn, and “Angry Indian Goddesses” are both Hindi films.

“And I’ve done an Australian film ‘Unindian’ with Brett Lee, which will release in October. So many projects are going to release soon,” she added. “Unindian’ is the debut film for cricketer Brett Lee.

Tannishtha was recently seen in the biopic “Gaur Hari Daastan” starring Vinay Pathak and Konkona Sen Sharma. She was also seen in the internationally acclaimed film, “Jal” which had won a National Award and was screened at film festivals around the world.

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