All of a sudden the Sharma family of father K. C. Sharma and their third and fourth sons Sanjay Sharma and Kapil Sharma have captured the international attention in a big way. Their forthcoming release ‘Dunno Y…Na Jaane Kyun’ has already won the first prize at the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival which was held recently at PVR Cinema, Juhu, Mumbai. Then there was a screening last week at the Riverside Studio, London where more than half of the audiences were Britishers and the rest were Indians, Bangladeshis and Pakistanis ! The film is going to be the opening attraction on 18th September at the Trikone Film Festival of Sydney, Australia where a Red Carpet welcome will be given to the young heroes Yuvraaj Parashar and writer-hero Kapil Sharma. On 22nd September the film’s principal women actress Helen, Zeenat Aman and Rituparna Sengupta will be joining the two actors Yuvraaj and Kapil alongwith diretor-editor Sanjay Sharma at the Eye View Film Festival of New York. As luck would have it, a NRI from Canada rushed to meet the Sharmas and clinched a deal for Mumbai and Delhi U.P. Territories in one go while T Series are marketing the music of the film which got appreciated in a big way, especially the haunting title number, sung by none other than Nightingale Lata Mangeshkar. The film is all set for release on 15th October all over. On the auspicious day of Janmashtami when the whole Sharma family were enjoying the Maha Prasad on the day of Lord Krishna’s birth on 3rd Sept., the news came that the film has been selected to be screened in six cities of Germany, beginning with Cologne city in November !
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