The Mohit Takalkar directorial is a roller coaster ride of love, relationships and marriage
The Marathi language drama Medium Spicy essayed by Sai Tamhankar is all set for its world premiere at the Bollywood Festival, Norway. Hosted in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture in Scandinavia, the 19th annual event is being held from September 10 to September 16.
The Mohit Takalkar directorial is said to be a mixed bag of emotions involved in relationships, love and marriage, set in the background of urban lives.
Talking to Pinkvilla, the director shared his extreme satisfaction knowing the film will have immense exposure. He also added that the team wanted their film to travel ahead and far and reach many audiences. He also shared his gratitude towards the amazing cast, crew and the producer who shaped the movie and made it leave a good ‘aftertaste’.
Takalkar is well-known for his intense creativity, which is evident from the many awards that he has received, including the Homi Bhabha Fellow 2016-2018.
Backed by Vidhi Kasliwali under the banner of Landmarc Films, Medium Spicy has Lalit Prabhakar, Parna Pethe and Ipshita Chakraborty Singh in its cast. The producer shared his insights and happiness about their successful project and added that the team have been patiently waiting to bring their labour out to the audiences. Medium Spicy’s screening in Norway is something very huge for him, and as art has no boundaries, he believes the film festival will give them the opportunity to take their story to diverse audiences.
The Norway Fest has opened up itself recently to welcome films other than Bollywood, which would also allow the entry of other languages. The fest has a history of hosting stars like Salman Khan, Suniel Shetty, Sonakshi Sinha, David Dhawan and Hema Malini.