Laila ultimately finds the courage to come out to her mother about bisexuality and her relationship with Khanum, both of which her mother strongly disapproves. Laila also confesses to Khanum that she had sex with Jared and asks for her forgiveness. Feeling betrayed by Laila, Khanum breaks up with her and leaves for New York. Shubhangini is diagnosed with advanced colon cancer which has relapsed after previous treatments. Laila and her mother move past their differences while Laila tends to her at the hospital. The two eventually reconcile shortly before Shubhangini's death. Laila plays a song (recorded by Shubhangini) at Shubhangini's funeral telling how much she loved her and how she was the only one who ever understood her. Laila is later seen drinking a margarita with a straw.
Ahead of its commercial release, the crew organised several promotional events. In an interview with the Indo-Asian News Service Koechlin talked about the importance of marketing for an independent film, saying that although the content of the films is becoming better, Bollywood remains an industry largely driven by box office gains. Bose wanted the film to be marketed as a commercial one despite its art house appeal; she was not very keen on sending it to film festivals and later asked the producers to avoid mentioning the accolades at any of the promotional events. The official trailer was released on 4 March 2015 on Viacom18 Motion Pictures' official YouTube channel. First look posters featuring Koechlin sipping margaritas using a drinking straw were also unveiled on the same day. The film was released theatrically in India on 17 April 2015. It is available on Netflix.
Writer: Sriram Raghavan, Hemanth M. Rao, Pooja Ladha SurtiCast: Tabu, Ayushmann Khurrana, Radhika ApteIf you have a liking for a black comedy crime thriller film, chances are Andhadhun will win you over. The film is about a piano player Akash (Ayushmann Khurrana), pretending to be visually impaired. His life gets embroiled in too many problems when he witnesses the murder of a former film actor.Aside from Ayushmann, Tabu and Radhika Apte have played pivotal roles in the movie. The intriguing plot coupled with the loving songs composed by Amit Trivedi makes it a must-watch for the folks who are fond of black comedy.Watch the trailer here 2b1af7f3a8
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