) Now is definitely a very exciting time for Indian cinema with world’s attention on them and the well-deserved international acclaim.
Before the jubilation for RRR’s Oscar triumph for ‘Naatu Naatu’ could die down, Rishab Shetty’s ‘Kantara’ has already made headlines around the world. ‘Kantara’ which has had a successful run in several languages around the world, is due to be exhibited on March 17 at the United Nations in Geneva, at Pathe Balexert in Hall No 13.
Writer, director and actor Rishab Shetty has already reached Geneva and has completed the oral submission.
Taking to social media, the centre for globe affairs and public policy shared, “@shetty_rishab will be talking about Indian Cinema’s role in fostering discussions on environment, climate & conservation, at UNHRC Session in Geneva. CGAPP Director Anindya Sengupta met him on the sidelines of the Session as #Kantara star brings Indian stories to world stage.”
Rishab will speak about the role of Indian cinema in fostering discussions on environment, climate, and conservation at the UNHRC Session at Genera, CGAPP Director Anindya Sengupta met him on the sidelines of the session, according to the Centre For Global Affairs and Public Police’s social media handle.
Hombale Films is the biggest discovery from the south in cinema. Be it making movies like Kantara and making it a breakout success or delivering massive box office hits with KGF 1 &2. Soon, the production house will be back in theatres with movies like ‘Yuva’ and Prabhas starrer ‘Salaar’, both being the highly anticipated films of this year.
Kantara was released in the Kannada version and Hindi version on September 30 and October 14 respectively. The film is written and directed by Rishab Shetty. Produced by Vijay Kiragandur and Chaluve Gowda, under Hombale Films, the film features Rishab Shetty, Sapthami Gowda, and Kishore Kumar G in pivotal roles.