It’s a big reward; says Rufy Khan
Srinagar, Mar 24: Kashmir based Bollywood actor and Director, Rufy Khan’s short film ‘Who Dies’ was screened at the New York Peace Film Festival (NYPFF).
The versatile actor is feeling exceptionally honored for his shortlisted movie at a prestigious film festival like the NYPFF.
Kashmir born actor, Rufy said, “My dreams has not yet come to true but it’s now started. Such recognition has motivated me to contribute my talent in Bollywood industry with versatile acting.”
“I am feeling honored to have been called at an International film festival like this one. My film has been shortlisted and screened at an International level. And that itself is a big reward. It’s a privilege to be honored with such an overwhelming recognition. Thanking all for their love and support,” Khan said, in a statement to issued to KNS.
Nautanki Saala fame actor Rufy Khan is also heading for other projects this year.
In “Who Dies”, directed by Shahnawaz Baqal alias Rufy Khan, Rufy, an International Award winning talent, plays an army man who deals with a Kashmiri militant who met in a same Kashmiri house. The story revolves around an army man & a militant, how both deal with the situation, said actor Rufy Khan.
Last month, the film was screened at 10th FILM SAAZ INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.
The film “WHO DIES” also won Best film award in prestigious Kala Ghoda film festival 2017.
“WHO DIES” was awarded for best Film on current issue in India’s most prestigious Film Festival in JAIPUR INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, 2017.
The film was also officially selected in DON BOSCO YOUTH FILM FESTIVAL 2017 to compete among 10 top films of India. (KNS)