A feature film narrating the story of a young girl whose life changes after Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan utters “a few magical words” to her, will be premiered at the International film Festival of India (IFFI) 2009.
Shahrukh Bola Khoobsorat Hain Tu, a Hindi movie directed by theatre veteran Makrand Deshpande will be premiered during IFFI in Goa to be held from November 23 to December 3.
“The film is about a poor girl who sells flowers at a traffic signal and how her life changes after a chance encounter with King Khan, who rolls down the window of his car and tells her Tu Khoobsurat Hai” said Deshpande.
Other seven films, including two in Hindi and English and one each in Marathi, Konkani and Kannada will be premiered during the eleven-day long festival jointly organised by Directorate of Film Festival (DFF) and Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG).
Goa Chief Minister Digamber Kamat on Friday announced the list of premiers during a press conference here.
Sanjeev Srinivas’ film God Lives in the Himalayas, an English flick based on the life of a boy living in Himalayan ranges, also will be premiered during the festival.