Trending

Priyanka Chopra’s A Kid Like Jake To Be Screened At Sundance Film Festival!

Priyanka Chopra starrer A Child Like Jake has been chosen for the Sundance Movie Competition, which is able to happen in January. The Indian actress says the movie is a narrative that must be “instructed and seen”.

Priyanka on Thursday tweeted: “Once I learn the script of A Child Like Jake, I knew instantly that this was a narrative I needed to be part of… A narrative that wanted to be instructed and seen..And now it’s been chosen for Sundance Movie Competition!”

 

'A Kid Like Jake' selected for Sundance film fest
Priyanka Chopra’s A Child Like Jake To Be Screened At Sundance Movie Competition!

The actress, 35, expressed her pleasure and mentioned that she can’t anticipate her followers to look at the movie.

“Claire Danes, Jim Parsons, Octavia Spencer, Silas Howard, Amy Landecker, Ann Dowd Daniel Pearle, Todd Spiewak, Eric Norsoph, Paul Bernon, Rachel Music — thanks for being such an unbelievable crew to work with,” she added.

The film is predicated on Daniel Pearle’s celebrated Lincoln Heart play by the identical identify.

The story follows the lifetime of Alex (Danes) and Greg Wheeler (Parsons. They’ve excessive hopes for his or her son Jake, a vibrant and precocious four-year-old, who occurs to choose Cinderella to GI Joe.

The 10-day Sundance Movie Competition will happen from January 18-28. The picks have been introduced on Wednesday and embody movies from 29 nations.

Priyanka Chopra had lately congratulated American actress Meghan Markle for getting engaged to Prince Harry. Priyanka expressed her happiness on Twitter quickly after the announcement of their engagement.

“Congratulations to my woman Meghan Markle and Prince Harry!! Am so blissful for you Meg! You deserve one of the best all the time. Maintain smiling that infectious smile,” Priyanka wrote alongside a photograph of the couple.

Priyanka and Markle reportedly grew to become associates after they met on the annual ELLE Girls in Tv dinner a number of years in the past.


Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker