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Radhika Madan’s ‘Sanaa’ to premiere at Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne

Radhika Madan is one of the most interesting and popular actresses in Bollywood. She is one of the few to make a successful transition from television to film. After appearing in several television soaps, she made her film debut in 2018 with Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Pataakha’. Since then, she has acted in several films like ‘Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota’, ‘Shiddat’, ‘Angrezi Medium’, and ‘Kuttey’.

One of the most anticipated films Radhika has to be ‘Sanaa’. Directed by Sudhanshu Saria, the film features Radhika in the lead role. It has been screened at multiple film festivals so far including The Shanghai Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, and Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. Now, the film is going to have its premiere in Australia at the prestigious Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne.

The IFFM is often touted as the largest film festival celebrating Indian cinema outside of India. Its 14th edition will take place between 11 to 20 August. Sanaa will premiere in its gala section. The film tells the story of an ambitious woman who is fighting her internal demons.

Sudhanshu Saria, “It’s been phenomenal taking Sanaa to audiences in all parts of the world and we are all so excited to meet our audience in Melbourne. IFFM has a rich history of bringing pathbreaking cinema to Australia and we’re proud Sanaa is included on that list this year.” The film stars Radhika Madan, Soham Shah, Shikha Talsania, and Pooja Bhatt.

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