Manoj Bajpayee’s first international film ‘In The Shadows’ to premiere at the Busan Film Festival

The two times national award winner Manoj Bajpayee who is known for his unconventional movie choices and bringing roles alive in the most realistic manner is all set to give the audiences yet another master piece of his fine work with his upcoming film ‘In The Shadows’ (Gali Guliyaan). The talented actor has collaborated with a reputed foreign crew for the first time for this remarkable movie, which is all set to be premiered at the prestigious Busan Film Festival 2017.

Set in the back drop of old Delhi, In The Shadows (Gali Guliyaan) is directed & written by Los Angeles-based filmmaker and winner of Director’s Guild of America Awards – Dipesh Jain. The story revolves around the protagonist (Manoj Bajpayee) who is trapped within the city walls and in his own mind.  The cast includes talented actors like Ranvir Shorey, Neeraj Kabi and Shahana Goswami along with Manoj Bajpayee. The film also marks the debut of child actor Om Singh who lives in foster homes at Salaam Baalak Trust in India and has given a phenomenal performance to watch out for.  According to sources, the team will be seen attending Busan Film Festival which is held in Busan, South Korea from 12th October to 21st October. A World Premiere screening of the film is scheduled on October 14th where the audiences will get to watch the film for the first time.



Talking about this, the fine actor Manoj Bajpayee says, “It is a great opportunity for our entire team, In The Shadows (Gali Guliyaan) is one of my most distinguished films.  It was an absolutely delightful experience working with the entire cast and crew. The entire film has been shot in the alleys of old Delhi and that was a challenge in itself, but the final product has come out to be outstanding. Busan Film Festival is a prestigious festival which has been encouraging diverse cinemas and we are glad that our film is being premiered for the first time at such a wonderful platform. We are looking forward to know the audiences reactions and hoping that our hard works gets paid off.”