Man Naked is doing exceptionally well at major international film festivals. Finalist at the Tokyo International Film Festival, Semi finalist at Montreal Film Festival. It is an official selection at Venice Shorts, Cannes Independent Film festival, Goa Film Festival; it is winner best film, best actor and best director at The Next International film festival. Starring Rahul Bhat, Man Naked revolves around a 40-year-old struggling actor named Ronnie who realises that his career is finished. He gets drunk and passes out naked only to hear the doorbell ring in the middle of the night. In a bizarre turn of events, his destiny changes as video clips of his naked self go viral on the internet and Ronnie becomes a star.
In a first, Rahul Bhat is seen completely naked in the film. It is rare that an actor has bared it all while filming the scenes. The best technicians in the Indian film industry have come together to conceive this challenge and from what we hear, the unit had to undergo several mock shoots with real camera and technicians to get it in a single shot. After carving a niche for himself as a theatre director and emerging as one of the most credible directors in television, Sanjeev Kaul is all set to mark his debut in the realm of films with this unique concept. Titled Man Naked, it is touted to be India’s first original single shot film.
Once the film was completed, it was shown to ace filmmaker Anurag Kashyap. He appreciated the film and lent his name as a presenter of the film. Kabir Lal has done the cinematography for the film and it is edited by Hussain A. Burmawala. Sandesh Shandilya has composed the original music for the film and Jitendra Chaudhary has done the sound design.
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