WHO’S IN IT?
Nawazuddin Siddiqui (The Lunchbox), Sanya Malhotra (Badhaai Ho), Farrukh Jaffar (Swades), Sachin Khedekar (Rokkk), Denzil Smith (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), Brinda Trivedi (film debut), Lubna Salim (OMG: Oh My God), Rajesh Kumar Sharma (Prem Mayee), Shihaan Bakshi (film debut), Akash Sinha (Shahid), Robin Kumar Das (Dharini), Bhagwan Das Patel (film debut), Amarjeet Singh (film debut), Saharsh Kumar Shukla (Raees), Shree Dhar Dubey (Masaan), Geetanjali Kulkarni (Sir), Akash Dhar (Dishoom), Jim Sarbh (Neerja), Ramesh Deo (Fakira)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Ritesh Batra (The Sense of an Ending), director, writer, producer; Viola Fügen (Foxtrot), Neil Kopp (Paranoid Park), Michel Merkt (Aquarius), Vincent Savino (Blue Ruin), Anish Savjani (Night Moves) and Michael Weber (Petting Zoo), producers; Peter Raeburn (The Lie), composer; Tim Gillis (Booster) and Ben Kutchins (Holy Rollers), cinematographers; John F. Lyons (The Lunchbox), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Rafi (Siddiqui) is a struggling street photographer in Mumbai who is working tirelessly to pay off an old family debt. His grandmother (Jaffar) is constantly pressuring her grandson to find a suitable match, which he seems to settle by showing her a photo of shy stranger Miloni (Malhotra), saying that she is his fiancé. However, when his grandmother insists on meeting her, Rafi tracks Miloni down and convinces her to pose as the woman he intends to marry, developing a strong connection with her in the process…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A tale of love and family in the city of Mumbai, Photograph is the heartwarming new romantic-comedy from director Ritesh Batra that any audience of any region can heartily enjoy.