Sundance Film Festival: Richa Chadha-Ali Fazal’s production debut gets Sundance Film Festival Award, actress gets emotional after winning 2 awards

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Sundance Film Festival: Richa Chadha-Ali Fazal’s production debut gets Sundance Film Festival Award, actress gets emotional after winning 2 awards

Sundance Film Festival:Actor Ali Fazal and actress Richa Chadha have been in the headlines for the past few days for their production debut film ‘Girls Will Be Girls’. Recently Richa-Ali’s film has received awards in two categories. Along with the Audience Award for World Cinema category, the film’s lead actress Preeti Panigrahi also won the Special Jury Award as Best Lead Actress.

Richa could not stop her tears
Actress Richa Chadha cries on the announcement of this achievement of her first production film. Richa herself has shared its video on her social media handle. In which she is unable to stop her tears while expressing her happiness.

What to say after Richa and Ali win the award?
Richa and Ali said after winning the award, "We started this journey with courage and our huge win at Sundance is like a dream. ‘There was always a desire for stronger stories, but it was not in his hands to get those opportunities. That’s why it’s heartening to see our new actor receiving this global praise. This value inspires us to push the boundaries and tell new stories.

Documentary ‘Nocturnes’ also won the award
Let us tell you, apart from this, Anirban Dutta and Anupama Srinivasan’s documentary ‘Nocturnes’ has also been successful in winning an award at the Sundance Film Festival. This documentary has received the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for its craft. The film tells the story of the lives of hawk moths as observed by a scientist and a local resident. Along with ‘Nocturnes’, this is India’s fourth consecutive win for a documentary at this film festival.


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