Singh is Kinng going to Toronto Film Festival
As if Akshay Kumar's historic unveiling of the mammoth banner of Singh Is Kinng at the Silver City Brampton in Toronto wasn't enough for his cheering fans, the city is set to witness another splash by Kinng Kumar and his latest blockbuster.
Marketed and released worldwide by Indian Films - Studio 18, Singh Is Kinng, the year's biggest hit, is headed to the glittering Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF 2008), one of the biggest cinematic events in the world. It will be one of the eleven coveted gala presentations to be screened at The Roy Thomson Hall on Sunday, 7th September, 2008.
Singh Is Kinng finds itself in august company with ten celebrated top-notch Hollywood titles that include Caroline Link's A Year Ago in Winter; starring Karoline Herfurth, Josef Bierbichler, Corinna Harfouch, Hanns Zischler and Mišel Maticevic; Toa Fraser's Dean Spanley, starring Peter O'Toole, Jeremy Northam, Sam Neill and Bryan Brown; Jodie Markell's The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Evans, Ellen Burstyn, Mamie Gummer, Ann-Margret and Will Patton; Neil Burger's The Lucky Ones, starring Rachel McAdams, Tim Robbins and Michael Peña; Rod Lurie's Nothing But the Truth, starring Kate Beckinsale, Vera Farmiga, Alan Alda, David Schwimmer, Noah Wyle and Angela Bassett; Gavin O'Connor's Pride and Glory, starring Edward Norton, Colin Farrell, Jon Voight, Noah Emmerich and Jennifer Ehle; Jerry Zaks's Who Do You Love, starring Alessandro Nivola and Ethan Coen and Joel Coen's Burn After Reading, starring George Clooney, Frances McDormand, John Malkovich, Tilda Swinton, Richard Jenkins, and Brad Pitt.
Tickets to the gala are always in high demand, being high-profile star-studded events. The Singh Is Kinng celebration at the festival is tipped to be attended by Sandeep Bhargava, CEO of the investment adviser to Indian Films, producer Vipul A. Shah, director Aneez Bazmee, and lead actors, Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif.
Singh Is Kinng has set new records at the worldwide box-office mopping up $25 million (approx.) to date and still going.