Superstar Rajnikanth’s ‘Enthiran: The Robot’, directed by Shankar and produced in a grand manner by Sun Pictures, released last month worldwide and has been running successfully in almost all the places it was released. The film, which has many firsts to its credit, is all set to be screened in Britain at a film festival.
The ‘Baath’ film festival, an annual affair, has been taking place in Britain for the past twenty years. This year, it would be held from 10th of November where superstar Rajni’s ‘Enthiran’ would be screened. The film is slated to be screened on 13th November.
The Tamil version of the film, with English sub-titles, is to be screened for which the tickets are priced at 5 and 7 pound sterling. In keeping with the mood and attitude of the Westerners who never sit through a film beyond a couple of hours, the film’s song and comedy sequences have been edited and it has now been pruned down to two hours.
Sources close to Sun Pictures said that film festivals at Cannes, Berlin and Shanghai have invited ‘Endhiran’ for special screening.