Gujarati film Chello Show’s entry from India beat RRR to the Oscars

Many films have been discussed, starting from RRR, The Kashmir Files. However, Gujarati film ‘Chello Show’ will be the official entry for Oscar Awards 2023 from India this year.

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For the past few days, there has been a lot of discussion about Oscars 2023. 2022 has seen many superhit films so far. This year 2022, it has been revealed which film from India will officially go for the Best Film in the Foreign Language category. Let us tell you that many movies were discussed starting from RRR, The Kashmir Files. But, recently the Government of India has announced that Gujarati film ‘Chello Show’ will be the official entry for Oscar Awards 2023 from India this year.

Let us inform you that this Gujarati movie ‘Chello Show’ is directed by Paan Nalin. The film stars Bhavin Rabri, Bhavesh Srimali, Richa Meena, Deepen Rawal and Paresh Mehta in lead roles. The film premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival. The film was then shown at various award shows where it was highly appreciated.

Siddharth Roy Kapur’s Roy Kapur Films is all set to release The Last Film Chhelo Show, which is set to bring the audience under pan-online Indian cinema. Coming in the Gujarati language, the show has won the hearts of critics and audiences around the world even before its release. Now on October 14 this year, this film will release in theaters in Gujarat and across the country.

Watch the trailer of the film here

Movie based on 9 year old boy

The movie Boy Show is based on a coming-of-age story revolving around a 9-year-old boy. A boy who lives in a village in India and has a deep connection with cinema. The story of the film shows how a little boy spends all his time watching movies from the projection booth during the summer.

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Films like ‘RRR’ and Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ are also included in this list for Oscars 2023. But, the Gujarati film ‘Chello Show’ beat both the films to make it to the Oscars.

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