The film Dobara has received an overwhelming response at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

The film Dobara screening Taapsee Pannu was screened at the Australian Premiere and Opening Night in the presence of Anurag Kashyap, Taapsee Pannu, etc.

The film Dobara has received an overwhelming response at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

The upcoming thriller film Dobara starring Taapsee Pannu and Pavail Gulati, directed by Anurag Kashyap and written by Nihit Bhave, officially opened the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne in the grandest way possible. The film Dobara screening Taapsee Pannu was screened at the Australian Premiere and Opening Night in the presence of Anurag Kashyap, Taapsee Panni, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Rithvik Dhanjani. On this occasion, the audience gave a good response to the film.

The film received an overwhelming response after the screening, creating a proud moment for filmmaker Anurag and the film's lead actress Taapsee. About the premiere, Taapsee said that “ I am excited that the film is releasing in Australia a week before its release in India. She said that I hope everyone will watch and appreciate the film. This film is a new genre of film and it shows the concept of time travel and the parallel universe being used for the first time in the Hindi film industry.

 

The film 'Dobaara' is scheduled to release worldwide on August 19. The film marks Kashyap and Pannu's third project together after the 2018 hit 'Manmarziyaan' and the biopic drama 'Saand Ki Aankh' (2019). The film is jointly produced by Ekta Kapoor's Cult Movies a new division under Balaji Telefilms and Sunir Khetarpal, Gaurav Bose's banner Athena.

After a two-year break from its physical festival, with the last two years being online only, IFFM is being held both physically and virtually from 12-20 August 2022 in person and 13-31 August virtually. Over the past 13 years, the festival has become one of the largest Indian film festivals to be held outside India and is also the only Indian film festival supported by the government.