The film is set to premiere at the Busan International Film Festival which begins on 4 October 2018.
Sanjai Mishra in search of a legendary 500th role in Hardik Mehta's Kaamyaab
Mumbai - 04 Sep 2018 14:19 IST
Actor Sanjai Mishra is set to play a character actor in search of his 500th screen role in National award-winning director Hardik Mehta's upcoming film, Kaamyaab. The film, produced by Manish Mundra and Riddhima Lulla, will premiere at the upcoming Busan International Film Festival.
Produced by @ManMundra and @RidhimaLulla, #Kaamyaab will be screening in the Window On Asian Cinema section at @busanfilmfest.— Drishyam Films (@DrishyamFilms) September 4, 2018
It is also the first of the four film co-productions between @DrishyamFilms and @ErosNow heralding a new wave of cinema! #StoriesWithSoul pic.twitter.com/YVuNR8we3d
The film's poster is a graphic illustration of the actor in multiple looks including some iconic ones from Hindi cinema. Some of the looks resemble the iconic Amitabh Bachchan pose, Sanjeev Kumar's police officer, or Vinod Khanna's look from Mera Gaon Mera Desh (1971), and Jeetendra during his 'Jumping Jack' years. The tagline to the film suggests that Mishra plays a character actor who is still looking for an iconic 500th role that would cement his name among the legends of Hindi cinema.
The film marks the first of four co-productions between Drishyam Films and Eros International. Kaamyaab will be screened at the Window On Asian Cinema section at the Busan International Festival, which will also mark its world premiere.
The film is the debut feature of Hardik Mehta, who won the National Award for Best Non-Feature film his short Amdavad Ma Famous (2015).