A seven-minute ‘standing ovation’ for Sunny Leone’s film at Cannes

A seven-minute 'standing ovation' for Sunny Leone's film at Cannes

Sunny Leone‘s film ‘Kennedy’ has received a standing ovation for seven minutes at the Cannes Film Festival. The film was screened in the midnight screening category at The Grand Lumiere Theater on Thursday at 12:30 local time in France. After the screening of the film, the audience stood up and applauded for seven minutes.

The story of the film is based on a police officer who suffers from insomnia. He is looking for himself in different countries. Talking to the media about the screening of his film, director Anurag Kashyap said, ‘It is a special thing to present your film to the world at a film festival like Cannes. It is a lifetime achievement for me to watch my film screening at The Grand Lumière Theatre.

He further said, ‘Kennedy is a very special film for me. I feel a personal connection with this film. I have put my whole heart into making this film. The audience gave the film a seven-minute standing ovation. I am grateful to them for this.

Actor Rahul Bhatt said that his hard work earned him love at the screening of the film. You are glued to the screen throughout the film. I thank everyone. Especially Anurag who has worked hard, our entire team has worked hard and today we have reached the prestigious red carpet of Cannes. Actress Leoni attended the Cannes red carpet wearing a saree along with director Kashyap.

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