Anurag Kashyap’s “Kennedy”: The Only Indian Film to be Screened at Cannes Film Festival 2023, Intense First Look Is Out

Anurag Kashyap, the Indian auteur, is back in Cannes with his latest thriller, “Kennedy,” starring Rahul Bhat in the title role. The film has been selected as the only Indian film to be screened at Cannes Film Festival 2023, under the Midnight Screenings category. The plot of the film is being kept under wraps at the moment, but Kashyap describes the character of Kennedy as a ghost in the system looking for redemption. The character of Kennedy has been an obsession with Kashyap for years and was born when fellow Indian filmmaker Sudhir Mishra hired him to write a cop story set in the 1980s. That film never got made, but the character stayed with Kashyap.

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The first look poster of the lead actors, Rahul Bhat and Sunny Leone, was unveiled by Kashyap on Instagram. In the photos shared by Kashyap, Rahul, as Kennedy, looks intense with long hair, holding a gun, and his face is hidden. Sunny, on the other hand, is seen in a sari and donning shades, probably portraying a rich heiress. The poster is enigmatic and intriguing, leaving the audience wanting more.

Kennedy” is produced by Zee Studios, Ranjan Singh & Kabir Ahuja, and the DOP of the film is Sylvester Fonseca. The music supervisor of the film is Ashish Narula. The film is a return to the dark noir themes Kashyap is celebrated for, after a few years of working across genres. Kashyap has previously directed films like “Gangs of Wasseypur” (2012), “Ugly” (2013), and “Psycho Raman” (2016), which have played at Cannes. “Kennedy” is expected to be a nightmare thriller about redemption.

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