Nawazuddin Siddiqui & Sanya Malhotra’s Photograph Gets A New Release Date, Share Posters

| February 15 , 2019 , 17:07 IST

After delivering a stellar performance in Manto and Thackeray, acclaimed actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui is set to be seen in yet another never-seen-before avatar. The actor has turned into a photographer for his next, titled Photograph.

The film which was supposed to release on January 27 will now hit the screens on March 15. the makers also released new posters of the movie on Thursday.

Actress Sanya Malhotra took to her Twitter account to share the release date and wrote: "Two worlds met with the help of a ring#PhotographMovie. Releases in India on 15th March."

The poster shows Nawazuddin, poised with a camera, standing in front of the Gateway of India, in Mumbai, while Sanya can be seen in a green top carrying a blue bag on her shoulders.

‘Photograph’ is based on a struggling street photographer in Mumbai (played by Nawaz) pressured to marry by his grandmother, convinces a shy stranger (Sanya’s character) to pose as his fiancée. The pair develops a connection that transforms them in ways they could not expect.

The film’s backdrop is set in Dharavi, Mumbai and will feature Sanya essaying the character of ‘an introverted college girl who tops in her studies’.

'Photograph' was earlier premiered at the Sundance Film Festival along with one of the most prestigious international film festivals - Berlin Film Festival, where it received great reviews and was appreciated by the critics.

The film will be the reunion of director Ritesh Batra and actor Nawazuddin after their successful collaboration in The Lunchbox.

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On a related note, Nawaz, who was last seen in Thackeray, will soon start shooting for Bole Chudiyan, in which he will reportedly romance Shraddha Kapoor. He will also be seen in Motichoor and Sacred Games 2.

On the other hand, Sanya had a successful 2018. Both of her films- Pataakha and Badhaai Ho got rave reviews from fans and critics alike.