Sonakshi’s Roar will be the first Indian web series to participate in the Berlin Film Festival

Sonakshi's Roar becomes first Indian web series to enter Berlin Film Festival


Bombay, January 19. After working in movies, Sonakshi Sinha is now also making her internet debut. Her first web series is Roar, for which Sonakshi has been in the news for a while. A lot of information has come out about this, but now big news has come out, which Sonakshi’s fans will no doubt be proud of. In fact, Roar will premiere at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival.
Sonakshi makes her OTT debut with Amazon Prime Video’s series Dahad, which will be streaming this year but will be screened at the Berlin International Film Festival before that. Sonakshi shared his poster on Instagram and wrote: Roar will resound at the Berlin Film Festival, making it the first Indian web series to go to this prestigious festival. Proud to be part of it. I can’t wait to let the world hear her roar.
Zoya Akhtar, the producer of this series has also given this information on social media. Following this, Zoya’s friends to industry fans congratulated her on this achievement. Shweta Bachchan wrote: Fantastic and congratulations. Director Homi Adajania shared an applauding emoji, while Sikandar Kher shared a star to congratulate the series’ team. Huma Qureshi and director Guneet Monga have also expressed their happiness.
The Berlin Film Festival is a major international film festival held annually in Berlin and started in 1951. From Gully Boy to Gangubai Kathiawadi, several Indian films have been screened at the festival.
Dahad is directed by Reema Kagti and Ruchika Oberoi. The story of this crime drama series is set in a small town in Rajasthan. Sonakshi plays the role of local police sub-inspector Anjali Bhati. Several women are mysteriously found dead in a public toilet, which Anjali investigates. After this, a game of cat and mouse begins between the police and the killer. The series also stars Vijay Verma and Gulshan Devaiah.


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