Chef turned filmmaker Vikas Khanna’s movie ‘The Last Color’ comes to India with a special screening on 18th October at 21st MAMI Mumbai Film Festival
After making a splash internationally, Celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna’s directorial debut, The Last Color, is all set for a special screening at the prestigious 21st MAMI Mumbai Film Festival on 18th October. Based in Varanasi, the movie is a poignant story of promises, resilience, love and friendship, the inimitable human spirit unfolding on the banks of Ganga. Veteran actress Neena Gupta plays one of the lead characters in the movie, along with real life street children who have been trained in workshops for months to bring alive the story in a simple cadence.
“Filmmaking is the most difficult form of storytelling, but the most effective one. I am super excited that the movie is getting screened at MAMI Film Festival in Mumbai. It’s a dream come true. The movie has gained so much appreciation internationally and I hope people in India will also like it. The Last Color story is about the rise of human spirit in darkness. The super talented team behind National Award winning films like I Am Kalam, Kadwi Hawa and Poorna has come together for this epic journey ”, exclaimed Celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna.
Chef turned filmmaker Chef Vikas Khanna’s movie “The Last Color” was the Indian film which had a special screening at the ‘Marche Du Film Section’ at Cannes. The first look of the film was unveiled at Cannes and it was premiered at Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival. The movie was also part of the opening night at the Atlanta India International Film Festival and was also showcased at the closing night of the recently concluded New York Indian Film Festival 2019.