Newton Rajkummar Rao Releasing on 22nd September 2017
Berlin: Rajkummar Rao and Anjali Patil starred political parody Newton, which had its reality debut at the 67th Berlin Film Festival, has won the International Federation of Art Cinema’s grant in its Forum fragment.
Coordinated by Amit Masurkar, the film got an overwhelming applause at the celebration, with a long and drawing in Q and A post the screening.
The jury, comprising of Spanish film writer Pedro Barbadillo, Croatian chief and Pula Film Festival maker, Tanja Milicic, and French maker Rainer Wothe named Newton as a “magnificent” and “extraordinary” film.
“This remarkable film manages the different issues of majority rules system and the battle for it amid the races in India. Its secluded depiction of Indian culture, the dull cleverness and amusing methodology and positive utilization of run of the mill banalities in Indian culture gives Newton a special frame and style which will enchant groups of onlookers in workmanship house silver screens everywhere throughout the world,” the Jury said in an announcement.
The honor was gotten by film guardian Meenakshi Shedde for the benefit of the executive.
Taking to Twitter, Rao saluted the whole group of the film.
“So glad to share Newton has won the Art Cinema grant for the Forum area at Berlinale. Congrats group,” he composed.
Newton is a 2017 Indian Hindi-language black comedy film coordinated by Amit V Masurkar. Produced by Drishyam Films, the film is Masurkar’s second element after his introduction film, the bum drama free film Sulemani Keeda in 2013. Newton had its reality debut in the Forum segment of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival and is set to have its North American debut at the Tribeca Film Festival where it screens in the International Narrative Competition area.