R Balki's highly anticipated film 'Ghoomer' is all set to enthral audiences as it will soon premiere as the opening film at the prestigious 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM). With Abhishek Bachchan leading the way, this cinematic gem promises to leave a lasting impression on viewers.
The festival, known for its celebration of Indian cinema on an international platform, has consistently showcased exceptional films in the past, including blockbusters like 'MS Dhoni: The Untold Story', 'Neerja', 'Kapoor & Sons', 'Dangal', and 'Baahubali'. Adding to this illustrious lineup, 'Ghoomer' brings together an incredible ensemble cast under the expert direction of R Balki with Bachchan at the forefront.
R Balki is celebrated for his unique vision and ability to deliver thought-provoking narratives. With a string of critically acclaimed films to his credit, including 'Cheeni Kum,' 'Paa,' and 'Pad Man,' Balki has carved a niche for himself in the Indian film industry. His films often explore unconventional subjects and challenge societal norms, resonating with audiences on both intellectual and emotional levels.
R Balki says ‘It’s indeed an honour and pleasure for us that Ghoomer will be the opening film at the IFFM. Ghoomer is a story of turning adversity into advantage. Ghoomer is a tribute to Sport and the reservoir of human resilience.
It’s only fitting for a film that believes that ‘Sport makes life worth living’ to be launched in the Sport capital of the world, Australia, land of the MCG. Welcome to the first preview of Ghoomer
As 'Ghoomer' takes center stage at the IFFM, audiences can expect a unique cinematic experience that transcends boundaries and immerses them in the world of Balki's vision. With his distinct directorial style and a stellar cast, including the talented Abhishek Bachchan and Saiyami Kher, 'Ghoomer' is poised to leave an indelible mark on the festival and reinforce Balki's position as a trailblazing filmmaker.ALSO READ: R. Balki on 'certain kind of films' like Gadar 2, Jawan or RRKPK pulling crowd & changing cinema