Indian and South Asian cinema has really shone this year, from Anurag Kashyap's 'Kennedy' to the student film 'Nehemich'. Film journalist and critic Meenakshi Shedde rounds up the achievements in this dispatch from Cannes' celebrated promenade
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Actor Sunny Leone talks about redefining her identity and living her dream, overcoming nasty critics and Anurag Kashyap's Kennedy, the movie that could be career-defining for her, at the Cannes Film Festival
Anurag Kashyap says that 'Kennedy', a buzzy fictional thriller based on a real-life incident in locked-down Mumbai, fulfils all his cinematic fantasies. Watch as he and actor Rahul Bhat take film journalist Meenakshi Shedde through the film's journey, just ahead of its Cannes premiere
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