The National award winning film ‘K Sera Sera— GhodpachemGhoddtelem’ is set to hit silver screens, a day after collecting the award for the Best Regional Film (Konkani) at the 64th National Film Awards in Delhi at the hands of the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee.
Directed by Rajiv Shinde and produced by the Goan duo of Gayatri Pednekar and Rajesh R. Pednekar under the banner of de Goan Studio, the much anticipated film received rave reviews at its screenings at international film festivals. It was the only Konkani film to be selected in the Indian Panorama section at the 47th International film festival of India (IFFI) which concluded a few months ago here in Goa.
The movie revolves around a concept – ‘Do we live life? Or does life happen to us?’. The film is essentially about two individuals. One who believes in changing the circumstances with precise and definite decisions and the other who believes in drifting with the situations around and let circumstances decide the course of their life. The name of the movie stems from this core concept.
With a celebrated star cast which includes the extremely talented and graceful Palomi Ghosh, Goa’s favourite tiatrists Prince Jacob and John D’Silva and the producer himself, Rajesh R. Pednekar, the film promises to take its viewers on a journey of self-discovery. Other members of the cast include Salil Baban Naik, Leena Pednekar, Snehal Gajanan Jog, SuvidhaTorgal, Daksha Pradeep Shirodkar, Leena Mashelkar, Mayuri S. Rivankar, and Fermino Goes.
Said Producer and actor Rajesh R. Pednekar, “The entire team behind this brilliant movie K Sera Sera — Ghodpachem Ghoddtelem are extremely honoured to receive this national award at the hands of the honourable President. It is an acknowledgement of the creative and artistic contribution of every member on the team who collectively brought this story to life. This national award meanseven more to us because this film was created to honour the inimitable spirit of Goa. We dedicate this film to the people of Goa and every Goan across the globe.”
Added Director Rajeev Shinde, “We are certain that the people of Goa will love this film, all they need to do is step into theatres and watch it. The stories in the film will resonate with everyone because these are also our stories. There is a common thread that binds all our stories together.”
Prince Jacob, who is one of the key members of the castadded, “We must remember that there was a 25 year gap between the last movie made in the 1980s and the present collection of films being released. There have been some excellent films being made in the last few years and this movie K Sera Sera – Ghodpachem Ghoddtelem, is another such film which will surpass expectations. It was a wonderful experience worki
ng on this movie which had such a fantastic cast and crew.”
Niraj Voralia, who worked on the film editing said, “It was a fantastic experience working with this team. The script interested me immensely. Moreover, we worked collectively as a team. Despite the long hours, as the film was shot in just 16 days, there was a sense of happiness and fun on the sets which made the making of this film enjoyable.”
K Sera Sera— Ghodpachem Ghoddtelem will be screened at Inox Panaji between 5th and 11th May and will premier in Ravindra Bhavan on 7th May.
Show Timings at Inox Panaji: 5thMay at 6.45pm / 6th May to 11th May at 5:35 pm
Timings of Margao Premier at Ravindra Bhavan: 7th May at 07.30pm
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