Yami Gautam’s dramatic thriller to be Chicago South Asian Film Festival’s opening film

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The Chicago South Asian Film Festival has chosen Yami Gautam’s investigative thriller Dhar Lost as “the first opening night movie”. South Asia’s largest annual celebration of storytelling excellence is the Chicago South Asian Film Festival. The film is an emotional social thriller that represents a larger quest, a look at the principles of empathy and honesty that have been forgotten. In Lost, a talented young crime reporter relentlessly searches for the truth behind the sudden disappearance of a young theater activist. The plot of the film is based on real events.

The performers expressed their joy and excitement for the film’s release when asked about its selection as an opening night premiere feature film. Yami plays a determined crime reporter.

Asked about her anticipation for the film’s debut at the festival and its upcoming release, Yami said she couldn’t be happier or more proud that the film was chosen for CSAFF’s opening night. Particularly these days, the actor thinks it’s something people will relate to and just can’t be ignored. Yami enjoyed playing this role because it was such a unique experience. It allowed him to explore so many facets of his game, and the whole team put a lot of effort into it. She is very excited for the film to come out, especially to see how the public reacts to it.

The cast of this intriguing story is exceptional. Along with Yami, the film also stars Pankaj Kapur, Rahul Khanna and a cast of young actors in key roles including Neil Bhoopalam, Pia Bajpiee and Tushar Pandey.

Director Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury expressed his excitement over the film’s selection for the festival and its subsequent distribution. The filmmaker is incredibly proud that the film made its world debut at such a prestigious film festival. There should be a celebration. The filming of Lost was a wonderful trip. He impatiently awaits the success of their laborious project. The film is a true media highlight in a social setting, and Aniruddha is confident it will be an engaging experience for audiences. He is interested to see how he is received after his release. The director hopes they will accept him with open arms.

The producers of the film are Shareen Mantri Kedia, Kishor Arora, Sam Fernandes and Indrani Mukherjee for Zee Studios.