Shah Rukh Khan's 'fanboy' moment with Christopher Nolan

Aaron Brown
April 1, 2018

Talking about filmmaking at a session in Mumbai, Nolan said: "There are odds that one faces in the process of filmmaking... financing the film, shooting the film... odds are there in it". Hence, let's see what happened in upcoming days of Nolan's trip. When he met Nolan recently, the director is presently in town, he admitted to it.

The Baadshah was left star-struck when he met Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan. And recently Hollywood's famous director Christopher Nolan who is in India confessed to Kamal Haasan that he has watched one of Haasan's Tamil thrilling-drama film.

"Was surprised to know he had seen "Paapanaasam"," added the actor, who met Nolan here on Friday.

Nolan was set to present his films "Dunkirk" and "Interstellar" in 70mm and 35mm formats to audiences in India, organisers said. The objective of Nolan's visit to India is "draw attention to the importance of celluloid in the digital age", reported news agency IANS.

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Christopher Nolan and Tacita Dean have been raising awareness among the global film fraternity towards the cause of saving celluloid. His latest offering "Dunkirk" was also film but in India came as a digital release.

Shah Rukh also thanked Dungarpur for making him a part of this initiative. He is also going to talk about how the celluloid medium can co-exist with the digital mode.

It will be followed by a discussion on "Reframing The Future Of Film" on April 1 in Mumbai with Mr. Nolan, Ms. Dean and Mr. Dungarpur. Nolan and Tacita Dean are coming to support the cause of celluloid film.

Nolan, along with directors like Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson, are ardent supporters of the traditional 70mm film.

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