The film “Kennedy,” starring actress Sunny Leone, is anticipated to dominate the International Film Festival of South Asia.
The film “Kennedy,” starring actress Sunny Leone, is about to rule Canada’s International Film Festival of South Asia (IFFSA).
The movie is one of the earliest ones to be announced to be screened at the festival because, according to the IFFSA website, submissions are still being accepted.
The festival’s 12th iteration runs from October 12 to October 22.
Kennedy has gained admiration all over the world since its debut at the Cannes Midnight Screening.
At the Sydney Film Festival, Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFAN), Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF), and Cannes Film Festival, Kennedy had three successful showing.
Along with the movie’s premiere, fans and movie buffs at IFFSA Canada are anxiously anticipating Sunny’s honouring ceremony.
Her admirers will have the chance to see Sunny’s captivating interpretation of “Charlie” in person. As excitement grows, “Kennedy” is poised to make a lasting impression on the audience’s hearts and minds.
Following the screening, Sunny herself will teach two master workshops alongside the filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.
The plot follows a sleep-deprived police officer as he searches for redemption in a variety of circumstances. Rahul Bhat and Sunny Leone are featured in this Anurag Kashyap-written and -directed film.
Kennedy was created by Ranjan Singh & Kabir Ahuja of Good Bad Film and Zed Studios.