Rajkummar Rao’s film “Newton“, which was India’s official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 90th Academy Awards, has completed two years on Sunday since its release.
Reminiscing about the film’s journey, Rajkummar took to Twitter and shared that “Newton” will always remain special to him.
“2 years of ‘Newton’. This film will always remain very special to me for so many reasons. Thank you guys for all your love and support,” Rajkummar tweeted along with the movie’s poster.
2 years of #Newton. This film will always remain very special to me for so many reasons. Thank you guys for all your love & support. @ManMundra | @TripathiiPankaj | @AnjaliPOfficial | @Amit_Masurkar | @mayankis | @cypplOfficial | @aanandlrai | @ErosNow | @Raghavguptaaa pic.twitter.com/XGpJlzN73i
— Rajkummar Rao (@RajkummarRao) September 22, 2019
Directed by Amit V. Masurkar, “Newton” revolves around a young government clerk who is sent on election duty to a Maoist-controlled town and how the ideological struggle puts him in an awkward situation. It was shot in the interiors of Chhatisgarh.