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On Ruskin Bond’s birthday, first look of ‘The Black Cat’ out

May 19 (Agencies)
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Published on 20 May. 2017 12:24 AM IST
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On Ruskin Bond’s 83rd birthday on Friday, filmmaker Bhargav Saikia unveiled the first look of his forthcoming short film “The Black Cat”, based on a story by the celebrated author.
The film features veteran actor Tom Alter as Ruskin Bond and Shernaz Patel as Miss Bellows.
The first look shows Miss Bellows in a black dress alongside a black cat.
Saikia also has a special message for the author.
Talking about the story, Shernaz said: “This particular story by the master storyteller Ruskin Bond is wonderfully eerie and magical, and will definitely be enjoyed by all.”
The principal photography for “The Black Cat” has been completed in Uttarakhand. The film will be ready for festival screenings in late June, followed by an online release later this year.

 
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