Ram Gopal Verma Now Became Fan Of Sridevi for the Movie English Vinglish

Ram Gopal Varma  the great film maker is impressed with the recent release movie  English Vinglish that he is praising its lead actress Sridevi to skiesGauri Shinde’s directorial debut marks the comeback of Sridevi to the big screen after a break of 15 years.He tweets ..After seeing English Vinglish I say that acting cannot be more wonderful than what she did and wonder cannot be more wonderful than Sridevi! Just saw and realised she’s not Sridevi,She’s a SSSSHHRRIIIDEVI .Hey Gauri just saw English Vinglish …can u please tweet ur feet so that I can touch them? If u look hard u might find many many kohinoor diamonds in this world but i will guarantee u that u will find only one Sridevi.

The best seen of the movie is when Sridevi tries to speak English 

Sridevi did lots of film and she was last seen in Judaai. In English Vinglish, she plays a middle-class Indian woman who struggles with the English language in the US.

Sridevi's English Vinglish is set to be premiered at Toronto film festival!.along with Mira Nair's Reluctant Fundamentalist andDeepa Mehta's Midnight's Children.

Directed by debutante Gauri Shinde, the film marks Sridevi's return to the screen after fifteen-year. It is a funny and touching story about an Indian woman who struggles to learn English to help her family.

The film is produced by R Balki and also stars French actor Mehdi NebbouAdil Hussain and Priya Anand. It is scheduled to release on September 21. TIIF will have some 10 films from Mumbai as part of its City-to-City program. The Maximum City is in focus this year.

As we earlier stated, filmmaker Deepa Mehta is returning to the festival with her ambitious big screen adaptation of Salman Rushdie's Booker-prize-winning novel Midnight's Children."It's official now: the film of Midnight's Children will be at the Toronto International Film festival, special Gala Screening. So delighted!" Rushdie tweeted.

TIFF announced the first list of films which will include 17 Gala screenings, 45 in Special Presentations programme and 38 world premieres.

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