The Poster of Tigmanshu Dhulia’s much-awaited film ‘Milan Talkies’ has been released. The romantic set up in the poster has definitely taken the anticipation for trailer higher.
‘Milan Talkies’ directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia and Produced by Mr PS Chhatwal, Filmy Keeda Productions stars Ali Fazal and Shraddha Srinath in the lead roles.
Ten years into the new millennium, the young generation got multiple ways and means to stay connected and communicate. In these times two lovers are unable to communicate and how a film becomes a means to unite them. Milan Talkies is a Love Story set in Uttar Pradesh around 2010-2013 when single screen theatres were still prominent in smaller Indian towns and film print was still in circulation.
Laundagiri! Baikati aur usmein se panpi hamari love story.
Catch the 1st look of our film #MilanTalkies now, trailer out tomorrow@shraddhasrinath @iamsanjaimishra @ashutoshrana10 @reecha_sinha & @sikandarkher
Directed by @dirtigmanshu & produced by P S Chhatwal pic.twitter.com/y6MGNHG8pj
— Ali Fazal M / میر علی فضل / अली (@alifazal9) February 19, 2019
Fazal says, “What really hit my heart was the fact that this boy works at a projection room that is the hub of communication to the outside world in a small city like Allahabad and yet he is unable to communicate his love to his girlfriend. It is a story revolving around them in the period when the single screen where making the big shift to the multiplex. It is an unconventional love story.”
Dhulia added, “Milan Talkies is very close to my heart. It is a beautiful desi romantic love story set in Uttar Pradesh. Ali and Shraddha have done a brilliant job. I am really looking forward to showing the film to the audience. I hope they like it.”
Chhatwal shares, “I am happy that this movie is under the creative guidance of Tigmanshu Dhulia and it will definitely be worth watching. With a different love story and entertainment galore, we are looking forward to audiences watching Milan Talkies on March 15th.”
The trailer of ‘Milan Talkies’ is out tomorrow (20th February 2019).