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Adil Hussain in Nilakshi Sengupta’s Blue: The Color of Guilt


Creator-director Nilakshi Sengupta has roped in Adil Hussain for her directorial debut, Blue: The Color of Guilt. The movie is a modern day tale set at the backdrop of the 1859 Indigo revolt in Bengal. The undertaking, written by way of Nilakshi, has been shortlisted in NFDC’s 2021 Co Manufacturing marketplace of Movie Bazaar.

Adil Hussain on being part of this movie based totally in the United Kingdom’s New Citadel upon Tyne, says, “Blue is a tale that hasn’t been instructed but. It’s one of the most darkest hours of Indian historical past and it is a tale that must be instructed. And the best way Nilakshi has written the screenplay I feel it is one of the crucial fascinating tactics to inform the tale. I agree with Nilakshi utterly in this. The movie has a large probability of going puts around the globe. With the information and casting she has in thoughts, I’m certain we can be making an overly superb movie, if no longer a super one.”

Nilakshi at the movie’s matter stocks, “The tale of Indigo Revolt is on the backdrop – an tournament that many Indians have forgotten and plenty of World historians are ignorant of. No movie until date has integrated this matter but. The tale offers with the collective ancestral guilt and the relationships of people these days. The ones whose previous belongs to the oppressive British and the ones of the oppressed Indian. That is their tale of modern day interactions.”

Nilakshi has been a director-producer for over twenty years in promoting and company content material introduction. She has additionally curated movie fairs and authored the books ‘Tina and her magic Kettle’ and ‘Tina is going to Pompeii’.



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