gujarati movie, Hello Show, Titled “Last Film Show” in English, the film was unanimously selected by the Film Federation of India as the country’s official entry for the 2023 Academy Awards. The film was selected in the Best International Feature Film category. After the trailer release, several Bollywood stars are praising the film while congratulating the makers for the success.
The coming-of-age film was directed by Mr. Nalin. Recently, megastar Amitabh Bachchan joined the train of stars and explained how the film tells the story of “our disappearing film heritage”.
Within 24 hours of its publication, the trailer on Chhello Show was widely praised by fans and celebrities. The film revolves around a nine-year-old boy who falls in love with the cinema after entering a dilapidated movie palace and spends the entire summer watching films from a projection booth.
Amitabh Bachchan is looking forward Chhello Show release
The trailer caught the attention of legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan, who even expressed his excitement for the film’s theatrical release on October 14. “The Chello Show tells the story of our disappearing film heritage. We are so proud to associate @FHF_Official with India’s official entry to the Oscars.” In cinemas on 14th October from @roykapurfilms,” the veteran actor tweeted along with a link to the trailer.
Chhello Show starring Bhavin Rabari, Vikas Bata, Richa Meena and others in pivotal roles. It is scheduled to hit the Indian screens on October 14. The trailer introduces a young Gujarati boy named Samay who falls in love with cinema. Soon after, his father introduces him to the world of cinema and Samay just wants to watch movies. To achieve this, he finds various ways to fulfill his wish, which also gets him into trouble with the local police. Despite being branded a thief, Samay finds his way to watching movies and also expresses his desire to study more about them.
The film, which managed to generate chatter online after beating RRR in the Oscar race, has been subjected to claims that it was called a copy of the Oscar-winning Italian film Cinema Paradiso. After director Pan Nalin, producer Siddharth Roy Kapur responded to the claims by mentioning that everyone will have different opinions about the film as it is a “subjective medium”. The manufacturer said that people are entitled to their opinion and further emphasized that Chhello Show the team will try their best to bring glory to the county.