Cannes 2024: Prateik Babbar On Mom Smita Patil’s Film Manthan’s Screening At Film Festival


Cannes 2024: Prateik Babbar at the screening of mom Smita Patil's film Manthan at the film festival - 'Big moment for me'

The picture was shared on Instagram. (Image Courtesy: _pratt)

New Delhi:

Bollywood actor Prateik Babbar is extremely happy with his mother and late actress Smita Patil's 1976 film. churn It is all set to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival under the Cannes Classics segment. Four more shots please! The star, who will be a part of the film festival this year, spoke to Hindustan Times before leaving for the French Riviera. He said, “My mother is going to be celebrated. This is a big moment for me and my family. For me especially, it is extremely symbolic. I am a very proud son. This moment reminds me that she What an amazing woman and how lucky I am to be her son.”

Talking about his mother's film Manthan, Pratik said, “I always knew about it. My grandmother and aunt used to tell me the story of the making of the film. My grandfather was also a farmer, so I was always aware of my work. But were told to feel proud.” Linage. Also, I watch my mom's movies over and over again, it's like watching Friends for me – you know what's going to happen next, but you keep watching.

The 77th Cannes Film Festival will screen eight Indian films this year, including the restored 1976 film Manthan, which was crowd-funded by 500,000 farmers. Manthan will be screened on May 17 as part of the Cannes Classics selection, which will showcase classics, restored prints and documentaries.

Known for films like Manthan, Bhumika, Aakrosh, Namak Halal and Shakti, Smita Patil Was married to actor Raj Babbar. She died of childbirth complications on 13 December 1986.

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