Houston–Hollywood film "The Black Prince", including vocalist writer Satinder Sartaaj and veteran on-screen character Shabana Azmi, was granted the Special Jury Remi Award at the 50th yearly Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival.
The occasion's Gold Remi was likewise granted to the movie's Natalie O'Connor for accomplishment in Art Direction, said an announcement.
The film is a memorable biopic on the strong biography of the last ruler of Punjab – Maharajah Duleep Singh and is set for universal discharge on July 21. Sartaaj, who denotes his acting presentation with the film, articles the job of Maharajah Duleep Singh while Shabana depicts Rani Jindan, the ousted King's mom.
The film likewise includes Jason Flemyng, Amanda Root, Keith Duffy, David Essex OBE, Canadian entertainer Rup Magon and Sophie Stevens.
Created by Brillstein Entertainment, "The Black Prince" is a period dramatization composed and coordinated by Hollywood producer Kavi Raz and taped generally over the Britain and India.
It cautiously catches the awful, yet intriguing genuine story and inheritance of Maharajah Duleep Singh, giving a visual account of one of India's most honorable rulers, and his delicate association with, Queen Victoria, who was Godmother to his youngsters. Read more here