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Dekh Tamasha Dekh cast and crew :

Actor: Satish Kaushik

Genre: Comedy
Release Date: 18th April, 2014

Cast: Satish Kaushik

Director: Feroz Abbas Khan

Producer: Sunil A Lulla, Feroz Abbas Khan

Writer: Shafaat Khan

Dekh Tamasha Dekh Overview :

Dekh Tamasha Dekh a film directed by the much known Feroz Abbas Khan’s is all situated to open the prestigious New York Indian Film Festival on the 30th of April, 2014, at the commended Skirball Center in New York University itself. Mira Nair’s Namesake and Deepa Mehta’s Water are around the past premiere night movies that took place in the New York University’s campus.

Feroz Abbas Khan, whose first try at film making was the genius Gandhi My Father, accepted quite a few International and National Awards and opened to rave audits from the viewers as well as the movie critics from India as well as all over the world. Remarking on his new film, he says that his film Dekh Tamasha Dekh, is a political and social parody that arrangements with an Impossible India, where unusualness is the true typical.

Commended writer Shafaat Khan is the scholastic writer and Hemant Chaturvedi is the cinematographer of the soon to be premiered film. To top it all, it is a Bombay Local Pictures and Eros International Production. With both the production houses backing the movie exceptionally well, it is already making stir at the critic offices and box offices.

Feroz Abbas Khan’s “Dekh Tamasha Dekh” will open the NYIFF this April, while debut chief Nitin Kakkar’s “Filmistaan” will be screened as the May 4th ending night movie in the New York University Campus.

The movie will be a debut at the New York University’s praised Skirball Center, coordinators of the most established, most prestigious Indian film celebration in the US, now commending its thirteenth year, advertised.

The full line up of screenings, occasions, and venues will be affirmed soon. Composed by prestigious Marathi dramatist Shafaat Khan, “Dekh Tamasha Dekh” is a social & political parody as mentioned above, that slices profoundly to the heart.

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