Prakash Jha’s next, “Pareeksha”- The Final Test, to make its International premiere at Shanghai International Film Festival

21 . Jul . 2020
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After making its India premiere at 50th International Film Festival of India held in Goa, National Award-winning filmmaker Prakash Jha’s directorial next, Pareeksha-The Final Test, to make its International Premiere at the prestigious 23rd Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF).

 The film is all set to premiere on ZEE5 on August 6.

Originally scheduled to take place in June, Shanghai International Film Festival was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and will be held physically from 25th July to 2nd August 2020.

 PAREEKSHA will have three screenings, July 26, July 28, and August 1.

Starring Priyanka BoseAdil Hussain, Sanjay Suri and child actor Shubham Jha, the film had its India Premiere at the 50th International Film Festival of India in the Indian Panorama section and will have its UK premiere at the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF).

Written, directed and produced by award-winning filmmaker, Prakash Jha, Pareeksha – The Final Test’  which is inspired by real events makes a sharp comment on our education system. Good quality education, which has become the monopoly of the rich, remains inaccessible to the masses further dividing our society. Resonating from the real experience of an IPS officer, Shri Abhayanand, who is the former DGP of Bihar, this story gives us a glimpse of hope for the poor who deserve the opportunity.

Talking about the international premiere at SIFF, filmmaker Prakash Jha says, “It’s a great honour for our film, Pareeksha to have its international premiere at one of the biggest and most prestigious film festivals in South Asia.  We are delighted that the festival is taking place physically and our film will actually be screened in theatres.”

ZEE5 collaborates with the multiple-National-Awardee-filmmaker, Prakash Jha, for his first OTT release. Known nationally and internationally for his critically acclaimed and popular political and socially relevant films including Raajneeti, Apaharan, Gangaajal, Mrityudand, Parinati and Damul.