Sheetal Talwar's broken to premiere at frightfest 2016

Published: 21st July 2016 07:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st July 2016 07:33 AM   |  A+A-

National Award winning producer Sheetal Talwar’s latest international production, Broken is all set to premiere at the prestigious FrightFest, in London next month. The psychological thriller stars Mel Raido and Morjana Alaoui in the lead and is directed by Shaun Robert Smith.

SHEETAL.jpgThe film produced by Sheetal Talwar and Craig Conway is about a young Parisian woman who absconds to England to make a fresh start after a harrowing upbringing. While working there, she is tormented by guilt and shame. She questions her morals as past and present actions merge into the terrifying circumstances that unfold.

SHEETALa.jpgTalwar previously produced and backed films like The Joneses (2009), staring Demi Moore and David Duchovny, The Eichmann Show (2015), starring Martin Freeman and Anthony LaPaglia, National Award-winning film Dharm (2007), , Pankaj Kapur’s Mausam (2011) and Amitabh Bachchan starrer Rann (2010) among others. He is also producing a slate of international feature films including the much talked about films Genesis and Hedi – Queen of the Mountain. 

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