Chhello show make its place in the Oscar Award

Pan Nalin's Chhello Show will represent India at the 2023 Oscar  Awards in the Best International Feature Film category. The Gujarati coming-of-age drama was picked by a Film Federation of India selection committee.


The committee, led by Kannada filmmaker TS Nagabharana, convened a few days ago in Chennai to discuss the submissions.

SS Rajamouli's RRR, Vivek Agnihotri's The Kashmir Files, Sajimon Prabhakar's Malayankunju, and Rahul Sankrityan'sShyam Singha Roy were among the candidates, according to sources.

According to, FFI Secretary-General Supran Sen, the committee's conclusion was unanimous.


The cast of chhello show


Pan Nalin directed Chhello Show, which stars Bhavin Rabri, Richa Meena, Vikas Bata, Bhavesh Shrimali, DipenRaval, and Rahul Koli. The narrative is inspired by Nalin's childhood experiences of falling in love with cinema in Gujarat's Saurashtra hamlet.


Story of the movie


The Pan Nalin-directed drama is about a nine-year-old boy who loves movies and how he bribes his way into a movie palace and spends his summer vacation viewing movies from the projection booth.

The flag of Siddharth Roy Kapur This film was co-produced by Roy Kapur Films, Jugaad Motion Pictures, Monsoon Films, Chhello Show LLP, and Marc Duale. Samsara, Angry Indian Goddesses, and Valley of Flowers are among Nalin's best-known films.


Pan Nalin issued a statement in response to the Oscars 2023 nomination, saying, "I could never have predicted that such a day would arrive and bring light and celebration of light.

'Chhello Show' has received positive feedback from all across the world, but I was left wondering how I might get India to find it. Now I can take a deep breath and believe in the film that entertains, inspires, and enlightens! Thank you, FFI, and Jury."


RRR couldn’t manage to make its place in the Oscar


"RRR may still be filed directly in all conceivable categories, including Best Picture," one user said alongside a joke from the Gangs of Wasseypur franchise.

We missed out on nominations in the foreign film category because of FFI's ignorance. West Coast craze. The release of CHINA, JAPAN, and 28 other nations will keep our #RRRForOscars campaign alive."

Sumit Kadel, a film critic, and trade analyst posted a moment from the SS Rajamouli-directed film and remarked, "This sequence alone merits an Oscar this year.

" RRR has my support and prayers. SS Rajamouli, Junior NTR, Ram Charan, and MM Keeravani all deserve Academy Awards for the spectacle they produced, which has made Indian film proud throughout the world!!"

Another user disagreed, tweeting, "No question RRR is a fantastic movie and has done well in the mass market, and I myself enjoyed it." But, in terms of the film as a whole, I don't think it'll be nominated for an Oscar."

Author: Divyanshu Yadav

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