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Annu Kapoor’s ‘Hamare Baarah’ to Premiere at the 77th Cannes Film Festival

Indian cinema has gained widespread recognition and appreciation around the world. With its talented artists, skilled technical teams, and globally relevant subjects, Indian films have struck a chord with the global audience. The 77th Cannes Film Festival, a prestigious event in the world of cinema, serves as the perfect platform to showcase the brilliance of Indian cinema. Among the many titles set to premiere at the festival, one film, in particular, is ready to shine on the global stage – “Hamare Baarah”. “Hamare Baarah” features a stellar cast including Annu Kapoor, Ashwini Kalsekar, Manoj Joshi, and Parth Samthaan.
The film has already generated buzz in the nation, sparking discussions and anticipation. Adding to the film’s creative direction is Ajendra Ajay, the president of the Badri-Kedar temple committee. Set in the city of Uttar Pradesh, “Hamare Baarah” narrates an important story centered around the issue of the ever-growing population. The film is set to premiere at the ongoing 77th Cannes Film Festival, which started on May 14 and will conclude on May 25. Following its festival premiere, “Hamare Baarah” will hit the theaters in India on June 7, 2024. “Hamare Baarah” is a joint production by Ravi S Gupta, Birender Bhagat, and Sanjay Nagpal, with Kamal Chandra directing the film.
The captivating story of the film is penned by Rajan Agarwal. In India, the film will be released by Viacom 18 Studios, while Rising Star Entertainment UK will handle the global release. With its compelling narrative, talented cast, and a team of creative minds behind it, “Hamare Baarah” is set to make a mark at the 77th Cannes Film Festival. This premiere will not only showcase the excellence of Indian cinema but also provide a platform for the film to captivate international audiences. As the film reaches theaters in India and beyond, it is poised to leave a lasting impact on viewers worldwide.

Ziya Khan


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