By Hindustan Times
An Indian movie has made it to the 65th Cannes Film Festival. Ashim Ahluwalia’s Miss Lovely will be part of the A Certain Regard, with about 20 entries.
The last Indian work to screen at Cannes was Vikramaditya Motwane’s Udaan in the 2010 A Certain Regard.
Set in the Mumbai of the mid-1980s, Miss Lovely is a story of sleaze and suspicion.
Two brothers, Vicky and Sonu, make C-grade movies, and fall in love with the same woman.
Miss Lovely stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Niharika Singh and Anil George.
Here's a look at the competition list:
Moonrise Kingdom, dir. Wes Anderson (opening film)
Rust & Bone, dir. Jacques Audiard
Holy Motors, dir. Leos Carax
Cosmospolis, dir. David Cronenberg
Paperboy, dir. Lee Daniels
Killing Them Softly, dir. Andrew Dominik
Reality, dir. Matteo Garrone
Amour, dir. Michael Haneke
Lawless, dir. John Hillcoats
In Another Country, dir. Hong Sang Soo
The Taste of Money, dir. Im Sang-Soo
Like Someone in Love, dir. Abbas Kairostami
The Angel’s Share, dir. Ken Loach
Beyond the Hills, dir. Cristian Mungiu
After the Battle, dir.Yousry Nasrallah
Mud, dir. Jeff Nichols
Vous n’avez encore rien vu, dir. Alan Resnais
Post Tenebras Lux, dir. Carlos Reygadas
On the Road, dir. Walter Salles
Paris Amour, Ulrich Seidl
The Hunt, dir. Thomas Vinterberg