A rousing mainstream film, set on the backdrop of one of the most unfateful days in the Indian history, is making its mark across the globe. Writer-Producer Harry Sachdeva took his first step into the film industry by addressing a subject which was never attempted before.
The upcoming film titled '31st October' is presently doing its round of festivals and is all set to release worldwide later this October. The film was premiered at London Indian Film Festival, Sikh International Film Festival and will be now showcased at Vancouver International Film Festival as an official selection.
"When I saw the film, it moved me and it certainly was a film that should be seen by the world audience. When we screened the film at our prestigious festival, we received great feedback, Harry has done a wonderful job and I see the potential of a competitive filmmaker in him," said Carry Sawhney, Director of London Indian Film Festival.
Homegrown filmmaker, Harry, feels the importance of this subject and the need to address it with the right manner. "Films are a great platform to reach out to the world, they absorb you to a level where the sensitivity of the subject starts flowing in your veins and you get the encouragement to do something about it, I am highly thankful to the people who have supported me in my journey and who are coming along to make this film a success," says Writer-Producer Harry Sachdeva.
"The film is an out-and-out thriller, it will definitely educate the audience about one of the most tragic chapters of the Indian history, yet leaving the audience on a very positive note. The actors Soha Ali Khan and Vir Das have given gripping performances, and I am sure people will love this film. I appreciate Harry that he gave me an opportunity to be a part of such an epic film," said National Award Winning Director, Shivaji Lotan Patil.