'French Biriyani': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Indian dramedy on Amazon Prime
There's a new Kannada-language feature film coming to Amazon Prime Video. The comedy-drama film 'French Biriyani' featuring Danish Sait and Sal Yusuf is the story of a French immigrant in India and his adventures in the city of Bengaluru. Here’s everything you need to know about the project:
'French Biriyani' will arrive on Amazon Prime Video on July 24. The movie was initially scheduled to have a theatrical release but had to be shifted to the streaming service due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Loosely based on the life of the movie's director Pannaga Bharana, 'French Biriyani' is a three-day journey through the streets of Bengaluru. It follows French expatriate Simon (Sal Yusuf) and an auto-rickshaw driver named Asgar (Danish Sait) as they have various misadventures in the city.
Danish Sait is an Indian stand-up comic, television host, radio jockey, actor and writer who primarily works in the Kannada film industry. He will be playing the lead character of Asgar. Sait is a very popular name in India and is best known for his political satire film 'Humble Politician Nograj', which is also currently available on Prime Video.
Other cast members include Sal Yusuf, another Indian stand-up comedian and actor, along with popular Indian TikToker Disha Madhan, Rangayana Raghu, Mahantesh Hiremath, Pitobash Tripathy, Sampath Kumar, Nagabhushan and Sindhu Srinivasamurthy.
Pannaga Bharana is an Indian film director and actor who mainly works within the Kanada film industry. He is best known for his 2017 film 'Happy New Year'. He is the director of 'French Biriyani', which is based on a journey he undertook from Bengaluru to Chennai. The movie has been written by Avinash Balekkala and is produced by PRK Productions, an Indian film production company founded by popular Kannada actor Puneeth Rajkumar.
The trailer for the movie was released online on July 15 introducing the characters of Asgar and Simon. The clip also teases a lot of drugs, violence and comedy based on puns and miscommunication.
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