Manu Narayan (Bombay Dreams, Love Guru) and Seema Rahmani (Loins of Punjab, Missed Call, Sins) star in Sudhish Kamath’s new film Good Night | Good Morning, co-written with Shilpa Rathnam. The story is about an all-night phone call between two strangers on New Year’s night in New York City. Vasanth Santosham and Raja Sen are also featured in the cast.
Sudhish Kamath is a Chennai-based independent filmmaker, a journalist and film critic with The Hindu, one of India’s leading national newspapers. Good Night | Good Morning is his second feature. His first film That Four Letter Word, was a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age film.
Kamath also hosts a talk show called Hands Up where he grills celebrities at gun-point. Recently, he signed up to do a movie review show on radio.
Catch the world premiere of Good Night | Good Morning on October 24, 3.30 p.m. at PVR Juhu, Mumbai, the Mumbai Film Festival organized by MAMI. On October 28 at 10pm, you can check out the film at the South Asian International Film Festival at SVA Theatre. Good Night | Good Morning will also screen at the Chennai International Film Festival in December.
Tickets for the South Asian International Film Festival in New York are $15 and you can buy online by registering with the festival.
South Asian International Film Festival Website
Mumbai Film Festival Website
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