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Spy thriller ‘Berlin’ to premiere at Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles

By: Mohnish Singh

Actors Aparshakti Khurana and Ishwak Singh’s spy thriller Berlin is set for world premiere at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles in October.

Berlin centres around a deaf-mute man who is detained on suspicion of spying. A government agent is interrogated by a sign language expert. The sign language expert is lured into the dark world of espionage, deception, and corruption as the story unravels.

Aparshakti said, “Working on Berlin was an incredible experience. It challenges storytelling boundaries, and I’m eager for the audience to unravel the mysteries we’ve woven. We are excited that the film shall be presented at such an eminent global platform.”

Ishwak shared his excitement, saying, “The opportunity to premiere Berlin at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles is a dream come true. It’s a testament to the incredible journey we’ve embarked upon and elevates the level of Indian storytelling. I can’t wait for audiences to witness it on the big screen.”

Director Atul Sabharwal said, “The premiere of Berlin at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles is an honour. It reflects the dedication of our team in crafting a suspenseful and intriguing narrative. We can’t wait to share this thrilling journey with the audience.”

Rahul Bose said, ”Being part of Berlin has been a memorable experience. The film’s narrative is a blend of suspense and emotion that I am pretty sure will have the audience hooked. I am very happy it will premiere at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles.”

Shariq Patel, Chief Business Officer at Zee Studios, aptly describes the film as, “A mesmerizing blend of suspense and deception that will keep you guessing throughout. We are delighted to take Indian cinema to a global audience with back-to-back international premieres.”

The film, written and directed by Atul Sabharwal and produced by Zed Studios and Yippie Ki Yay Motion Pictures, stars Ishwak Singh, Aparshakti Khurana, Rahul Bose, Kabir Bedi, and Anupriya Goenka in major parts.

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