Marathi movie 'Court' chosen as India's entry for Oscars
Marathi film 'Court' has been chosen as India's entry for Oscars in the Best Foreign Film category.
Marathi film 'Court' earned great response from the audience, as the film was gripping with powerful storyline. The filmmakers have one more reason to rejoice now. The film 'Court' has been picked up as India's entry for the Oscars. The flick has been chosen in the Best Foreign Film category.
Since September 17, a 15-member committee watched 40 movies in Hyderabad. The other films in the list were 'PK', 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' and 'Baahubali - The Beginning'. The news update was confirmed by a senior functionary of the Film Federation of India. Amol Palekar is the chairman of the jury panel.
Produced by Vivek Gomber and directed by Chaitanya Tamhane, the flick 'Court' depicts the picture of Indian legal system through the vision of a folk artist. The film has won international awards too. 'Court' released on April 17.
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