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“Katyusha” to go on screen at Rajasthan film festival

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“Katyusha” to go on screen at Rajasthan film festival

TEHRAN – Iranian director Ali Atshani’s comedy “Katyusha” will go on screen at the 5th Rajasthan International Film Festival (RIFF) in Jaipur, India.

The film is about a middle-aged religious man, Khalil, who is supposed to take care of a spoiled son of a wealthy man as his bodyguard for a number of days. The gap between their social levels and worldviews creates some problems.

The festival will run from January 19 to 23.

Photo: Ahmad Mehranfar (L) and Hadi Hejazifar act in a scene from “Katyusha” by Ali Atshani.


 

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