Six Nominations for The Lunchbox at 56th Asia-Pacific Film Festival
The Lunchbox has garnered six nominations at the 56th Asia-Pacific Film Festival including the categories like Best Film and Best Director.
The Lunchbox, a critically acclaimed Bollywood movie, might have missed the flight to Oscars but the sequence of appreciations and awards still continue.
The romantic Bollywood movie has garnered six nominations at the 56th Asia-Pacific Film Festival including the categories like Best Film and Best Director.
While Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur have bagged nominations in Best Actor and Best Actress categories respectively, the talented Nawazuddin Siddiqui has qualified for Best Supporting Actor category.
Released in India on 20 September 2013, The Lunchbox had opened to critical acclaim earning only positive reviews from both viewers the critics.
Read the review of The Lunchbox published in Learning and Creativity.
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