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Sanya Malhotra’s Film “Mrs” Set for World Premiere at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2023: A Hindi Remake of “The Great Indian Kitchen”

Sanya Malhotra, fresh off her success in the Bollywood blockbuster Jawan, is set to make her international debut with the world premiere of her upcoming film Mrs, the Hindi remake of the Malayalam movie The Great Indian Kitchen. Mrs will be screened at the 27th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, which will take place from November 3-19, 2023. The film is scheduled to premiere on November 17, 2023.

On Sunday, film director Arati Kadav shared a few glimpses of her upcoming film Mrs, a Hindi remake of the Malayalam movie The Great Indian Kitchen, on her Instagram account, along with the announcement of its world premiere at the 27th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF). She wrote, “Happy to announce the World Premiere of our film Mrs at 27th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival(Poff). We all are super-duper thrilled to be part of the lineup.”


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Sanya Malhotra’s international journey begins here! It is interesting to see how Baweja Studios, Jio Studios, and Harman Baweja have given her this opportunity, and to the wonderful cast and crew whose hard work and dedication made this happen. More details coming soon.

It is a film that explores the complex role of women in Indian society, using the kitchen as a metaphor. The film follows Richa, a dance teacher who marries wealthy doctor Diwakar. She soon finds herself trapped in a traditional marriage, where she is expected to cook, clean, and submit to her husband’s every whim.

Richa refuses to yield to male dominance, and she finds solace in the kitchen, where she creates splendid dishes with love and dedication. She believes that the kitchen has the solution to all problems.

The film stars Sanya Malhotra as Richa, Nishant Dahiya as Diwakar, and Kanwaljit Singh in a supporting role. It is produced by Jyoti Deshpande, Pammi Baweja, and Harman Baweja.

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