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Majid Majidi’s ‘Beyond the Clouds’ starring Ishaan Khatter unveils first poster

Majid Majidi’s ‘Beyond the Clouds’ starring Ishaan Khatter unveils first poster
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Celebrated Iranian director Majid Majidi’s first Indian film Beyond The Clouds which is set in the city of Mumbai gets the first look poster. Trailer of the film will be unveiled on 29 January as it marks Ishaan Khatter’s first film. Ishaan is the brother of Padmaavat actor Shahid Kapoor who is working on a film produced by Dharma Productions by the name of ‘Dhadak’ which is a remake of Marathi blockbuster Sairath. Majid has practically won academy award for his earlier films but those were locally made in Iran while Beyond the Clouds is mostly shot in Mumbai exteriors and film city.

Malavika Mohanan will also be debuting with this film and it is produced by Zee Studios and Namah productions. Poster of the film has two characters riding on a bike through Mumbai suburbs with a vast landscape of the film in perfect symmetry from a top angle. Ishaan completed shooting for the film a long time back and was just awaiting the release. A Majidi film is always most awaited because of his prolific ability to convey the emotion in a very realistic manner that could take the breath out of a spectator.

Project has been hidden in plain sight and makers never revealed anything about the film but that it is a story of two youngsters, even the genre of this one is not defined yet. Release date of the film is not announced yet as domino of Hindi film release schedule has fallen terribly because of Padmaavat and films are anyways changing release dates on daily basis. Beyond the Clouds will certainly arrive in 2018. Music of the film is done by maestro himself AR Rahman who will be working with Majidi for the first time and has claimed that he is one of his favorite director of all time when it comes to world cinema.

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