Irrfan Khan-starrer Doob to Premiere at Shanghai Film Festival
While the actor is currently busy shooting in New York, he is trying to adjust his schedule and fly to China to attend the Shanghai International Film Festival.
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Director Mostofa Sarwar Farooki's International Bangladeshi bilingual film Doob- No Bed Of Roses, starring Irrfan Khan will have its world premier at the 20th Shanghai International Film Festival. The film has been produced by Abdul Aziz and Irrfan Khan under the banner of Jaaz Multimedia and Irrfan Khan Films. The story revolves around the members of two families who discover love for each other when the head member of a family dies.
The Film was previewed for the BFDC and received a No Objection Certificate. It stars Irrfan in the lead alongside Nusrat Imrose Tisha, Rokeya Prachy and Parno Mittra. Irrfan is currently shooting in New York for his upcoming Hollywood project Puzzle with Kelly Macdonald.
While the actor is currently busy shooting in New York, he is trying to adjust his schedule and fly to China to attend the Shanghai International Film Festival. He wishes to be present for the festival and his team is working on a way to have him be present for the film's world premiere end of this month.
Irrfan is an actor who has marked his presence not only in the Western cinema but also has truly represented Indian actors globally. In the international scenario, this year has already been interesting for the actor, as he was seen in Netflix acquired Japanese-Canadian production, Tokyo Trials. His upcoming movie Songs of The Scorpion is also an Indo-Swiss production.
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