Anurag Kashyap’s Latest Film ‘Kennedy’ selected for Cannes Midnight Screening
The Indian film industry was pleasantly surprised when Anurag Kashyap’s latest film ‘Kennedy’ was selected for the Midnight Screening at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. The film stars Sunny Leone and Rahul Bhat in leading roles, a fairly uncommon pairing for an Anurag Kashyap film. In a recent interview with ETimes, Sunny Leone shared her experience of working on the film and her excitement for the Cannes screening.
Sunny Leone’s Audition for ‘Kennedy’
Sunny Leone was excited to audition for the role in ‘Kennedy’ when Anurag Kashyap invited her to try out for the part. During her audition, Anurag Kashyap’s entire office was present, which made Sunny nervous. However, she got through the audition successfully, and Anurag held a round table to confirm if Sunny was the right fit for the role.
Sunny Leone’s Take on Auditioning Process
Sunny Leone mentioned that auditioning for roles is a pretty ordinary process in the West, and she is used to it. As an actor, she feels it’s necessary to fit the character the director has visualized.
Sunny Leone’s Excitement for Cannes
Sunny Leone is looking forward to the Cannes Film Festival and meeting renowned filmmakers from all over the world. However, she is uncertain about how her performance in ‘Kennedy’ will be received at the festival. She is nervous about whether people will like her or not. Nevertheless, she is happy for Anurag Kashyap, who has put in a lot of effort into making the film.
The Plot of ‘Kennedy’
The film’s plot centers around a sleep-deprived, former police officer who is presumed to have passed away long ago but is still working for the corrupt system while seeking redemption.
Anurag Kashyap’s ‘Kennedy’ has been one of the most awaited films this year. With Sunny Leone in a leading role, the film is expected to leave a lasting impression on the audience. Leone’s hard work and dedication towards the role have been evident, and her fans can’t wait to watch her performance on-screen.