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Ahaa Re to have two screenings at Indian Film Festival Roma


The festival will be held from 24 to 28 April at Nuovo Cinema Aquila in Italy. It will also screen Hindi films like Bahubali: The Beginning (2015), Udta Punjab (2016), Pink (2016), Hindi Medium (2017), October (2018), Bahubali :The Conclusion (2017) and Kalank (2019).

Roushni Sarkar

Ranjan Ghosh’s Ahaa Re has been selected for screening at the Indian Film Festival Roma along with Hindi films Bahubali: The Beginning (2015), Udta Punjab (2016), Pink (2016), Hindi Medium (2017), October (2018), Bahubali :The Conclusion (2017) and Kalank (2019). The festival will be held from 24 to 28 April at Nuovo Cinema Aquila in Italy.

Ahaa Re will have two screenings at the festival.

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Rituparna Sengupta, who played the protagonist in the film, is excited to travel to Italy for the screening. In an interview with The Times Of India, she said, “I feel truly honoured and will soon be travelling to Italy. Ahaa Re has been given two screenings and this will be my second visit to the country. I am happy with the love that Ahaa Re has been receiving,” she said. The actress recently returned from her visit to Switzerland with her husband.

Ghosh, who is also looking forward to the reception of the film in the festival, said with a positive note, “The film recently completed 50 days at the box office and we were waiting for Ritu di to return from Shantiniketan, so that we could arrange for a small get-together.”

Ahaa Re celebrates the love between a chef from Bangladesh and a home-cook from India. Arifin Shuvoo from Bangladesh plays chef Faraz Chowdhury opposite Sengupta in the film.