Published: Sun, April 01, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Kamal Haasan apologising to Christopher Nolan

Kamal Haasan apologising to Christopher Nolan

Inspiring to hear Mr Nolan and Ms Tacita Dean talk of the virtues of celluloid as an artist's medium.

"Nolan, his wife and acclaimed producer Emma Thomas Nolan and their children were treated with a warm traditional Indian welcome", the source told IANS. The actor-turned-politician took to Twitter to share a picture of their rendezvous. "We had a very productive meeting with the Indian filmmaking community, [which is] largest in the world", said Nolan. Was surprised to know he had seen Paapanaasam.

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Nolan was set to present his films "Dunkirk" and "Interstellar" in 70mm and 35mm formats to audiences in India, organisers said. It was more like the press witnessing a conversation between Nolan, Dean and Shivendra Singh Dungarpur of the Film Heritage Foundation, since the meet didn't allow for any questions that hadn't been approved in advance.

Nolan has received wide appreciation for movies, such as Memento, The Dark Knight and Inception. While everyone's on top of the moon to have him in the city, leave alone in the country, Kamal Haasan is perhaps the happiest of them all. The Hollywood director, who had come to India to shoot The Dark Knight Rises in Jodhpur back in 2011, is expected to fly out on April 2. This cause is close to Nolan's heart, who has been a champion of shooting on film in the west. Nolan's Interstellar and Dunkirk will be screened as part of the three-day event. But there are also those who haven't watched Dunkirk in a theatre and Kamal Haasan is one such person.

Hollywood director Christopher Nolan on Saturday made an impassioned plea to the Indian film industry to revive celluloid as a medium for movies.

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