Priyanka Chopra is looking for international investment for her regional films. The actress who operates her own production company is hoping the Cannes Film Festival 2017 will help find investment.
The production company Purple Pebble Pictures has unveiled three films that Chopra hopes will attract investment. The portfolio includes a film titled ‘Little Joe’ which is a Hindi-Konkani film based on a child who expresses himself through drawings. Another film titled ‘Nalini’ based on the romance of Rabindranath Tagore winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature and will be a multi-language film filmed in Bengali, Marathi and English. The third project will be ‘Little Visitors’ to be shot in Sikkimese.
The production company was set up by the actress to promote regional Indian cinema and has so far witnessed great success with National Awards rewarded for the film ‘Ventilator’. According to Chopra’s mother who spoke to Variety magazine, the actress is a huge supporter of regional cinema and put in her own money for financing films. Now it seems as the company has witnessed success they’re hoping international sales and collaborations will help to continue to propel the films and company into the limelight.