Margarita with a Straw Releasing Details
Beside the romantic thriller film Mr. X starring Emraan Hashmi which will hit the box office this Friday, there is one more movie in the list that is going to release same day on big screen. Margarita with a Straw (in India as Chhoone Chali Aasman) is the upcoming Bollywood cum international movie which is based on an inspiring story of a girl. Margarita with a Straw is one of the five projects selected for the Work in Progress Lab of Film Bazaar 2013.
The film is being released in two languages i.e. Hindi and English. This film has been directed by Shonali Bose and also the story has been written by her. It is a drama cum emotional genre which is expected to touch audience heart due to its sensitive story and performance by the star cast. Film was screened at many places including Contemporary World Cinema Programme at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival in Estonia, BFI London Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) and the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) at different dates. Now it is going to make its national release on 17 April 2015 as per the reports.
Star cast of this upcoming movie Margarita with a Straw is popular and there are many new faces for the audience. The film Kalki Koechlin, Revathi and Sayani Gupta
It is an inspiring story based on the life of a girl who struggles for being normal in her life and enjoying a normal person. The script is quite a real and provided such a sensitive and emotional specimen of a girl whole life structure. The highlighting point is watching her character to be so deep and intense.
It is not a music oriented film that is why there is not much tracks in the film. Yet it has been given by good name of Mickey McCleary and suits the theme well.
Margarita with a Straw Pre-Release Expections
It is a non commercial sort of movie with low star powered cast, cost and promotion. Also the first official trailers have not got high response anywhere. Hence the total expected collection of film in India is low and might end up soon on screens with lifetime collection of around 10-12 crores.
Film might get good reviews in India too but the income is not expected at all to see any high feedback or score.