‘LOST’ Receives A Standing Ovation At The Chicago South Asian Film Festival

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The investigative drama ‘LOST,’ directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, has been officially selected to be premiered at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival. The event was a success and gained an abundance of appreciation from the audience, filling the director with utmost glee.

Lost is said to be a sentimental thriller that portrays the metaphorical quest as a search for the ultimate truth and a search for withered integrity and lost morals. Lost is a story based on actual events, a story of a brilliant young woman and a crime reporter in her search for the truth behind the unprecedented disappearance of a young theatre activist.

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The cast is impatiently waiting for its release. Aniruddha expressed his joy at the film’s reception at the film festival. He shared, “The audience was in high spirits at the opening of our film, and attributed us with loads of appreciation. I am overjoyed by the honour of premiering our film on such a prestigious platform. The shooting of LOST has been an incredible journey. I am looking forward to its release in India. “

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Contributing a significant role in the film’s making, CEO of ZEE Studios, Shariq Patel, expressed his feelings on the opening of the fest: “The fest was a blast. We never anticipated the response we received. It was truly a proud moment for us and our film. It most certainly was a unique script. I was able to work closely and sculpt the technicalities and details of the film, which will surely keep the audience in a spell till the very last. “A story of humanity under the guise of a thriller. We look forward to its release.”

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Shareen Mantri Kedia, Producer-Namah Pictures, added, “CSAF was the perfect platform to showcase LOST and the response has taken me aback. The standing ovation was the highlight of the festival. We have always believed in curating the most unique representations of complicated narratives and have received such a tremendous response from the international audience that we look forward to its release in India. “

Yami Gautam Dhar plays the lead role in the film. When asked about her take on the response she received, she exclaimed, “The reaction of the audience at the premier of the film was bliss. I couldn’t have been more proud or overwhelmed. I have enjoyed playing the role because it was such a unique experience; it opened my palate to a new level. It helped me explore the many layers of emotions as an actor. I genuinely cannot wait for the film’s release in India.”

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The drama has an intrepid cast. Along with Yami, the film will feature Pankaj Kapur, Rahul Khanna, and an ensemble of young talent, including Neil Bhoopalam, Pia Bajpiee, and Tushar Pandey, in pivotal roles. Shyamal Sengupta and Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury wrote the story; the screenplay is by Shyamal Sengupta; and the dialogues are by Ritesh Shah, respectively.

The direction of photography is by Avik Mukhopadhyay. The music was composed by Shantanu Moitra, and the lyrical credits go to Swanand Kirkire. The film’s production is by Zee Studios, Shareen Mantri Kedia, Kishor Arora, Sam Fernandes, and Indrani Mukherjee.

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