New York Indian filmfest to open with 'Do Dooni Chaar'

The popular New York Indian Film Festival will open this year with the North American premiere of Disney's critically acclaimed family comedy 'Do Dooni Chaar' starring the legendary actor couple Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh. The Habib Faisal-directed film marks the Hollywood studio's first live-action production in India and earned some of the best reviews of any Hindi film in recent years. The closing night selection for the 11th annual edition of the Indo-American Arts Council's May 4-8 festival in Manhattan is Rituparno Ghosh's 'Noukadubi', an adaptation of Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore's acclaimed novel, which stars sisters Riya and Raima Sen.
New York City's prestigious Paris Theatre will host the star-studded red carpet May 4 Opening Night premiere of 'Do Dooni Chaar'with special guests Kapoor, Singh, and Faisal attending. It is a heart-warming comedy about the dreams and challenges of a middle-class family who take a chaotic journey to fulfil their dream of owning a car and discovering the true meaning of family along the way. 'Do Dooni Chaar is a charming and sweet indie film that reflects the realities of a middle-class family in modern day Delhi,' says NYIFF Director Aseem Chhabra.


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