Shocked by the boy show’s Oscar entry, the makers said – I never thought such a day would come

After director Pan Nalin’s Gujarati film Chhelo took the official entry to the Oscars, reactions from the makers and directors are coming. He is very happy to get such a place in his film.

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Director Pan Nalin’s Gujarati film Chhelo Show has sent India as its official entry to the Oscars 2023 this year. The film is based on a coming-of-age story revolving around a 9-year-old boy. The boy who 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. At the moment, this film is trending on social media. Now the makers and stars are also giving their feedback on this.

Directed by Pan Nalin, the film stars Bhaveen Rabari, Bhavesh Srimali, Richa Meena, Deepen Rawal and Paresh Mehta in important roles. At the same time, this film tells the story of a small boy’s dream of the silver screen. Last Film Show won the Gold Spike Award for Best Film at the Valladolid International Film Festival in October last year.

Now the reaction of the film makers and stars is also coming. The makers and directors of the film are not happy at all. Director Pan Nolin said that “I never thought that such a day would come and it would bring joyous celebrations”?

Producer Siddharth Roy Kapur is not happy with this

Also, the film’s producer Siddharth Roy Kapur said, “We are thrilled and honored. We are extremely happy that our film, Last Film Show, has been selected for the Academic Awards by India. There couldn’t be a better time for a film that celebrates the magical, awe-inspiring experience of cinema.

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The makers are very happy with this film sent by India to this year’s Oscars. There is a lot of discussion about this on social media. At the same time, the film created a new history, leaving behind the Telugu film RRR and the Hindi film The Kashmir Files.

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