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Shweta Tripathi’s ZOO to have its world premiere at the Busan Film Festival

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SHWETA TRIPATHI SHWETA TRIPATHI
SHWETA TRIPATHI

Actress Shweta Tripathi's film ZOO which is directed by Shlok Sharma is selected for ‘A window on Asian Cinema’ category at the Busan Film festival. The film is entirely shot on iPhone 6 making it India's first feature film to be completely shot on the device and the film is produced by Anurag Kashyap.

Apart from Shweta Tripathi the film also stars Shashank Arora. The film explores lives of teenagers who are drug addicts and ZOO is a visit to the lives of those who are trapped in their own hell. Shweta plays the role of a young teenager by the name of Misha Mehta who blames herself for an accident that happened a few years ago and finds herself trapped in her house to escape her emotions finding solace in addiction of drugs.

Shweta, Shlok and Anurag last collaborated for HARAAMKHOR. After HARAAMKHOR this team has come together yet again with ZOO.

Talking about the film Shweta said, "I always wanted to be a part of films which matter and being rewarded by getting recognition from a festival like Busan is something I as an actor work for primarily. I always wanted to be part of experimental cinema and this film gives me exactly that. Shlok is a director who gave me my first feature film I shot but unfortunately it was stuck for various reasons and then he wanted to make another film with me. We started shooting immediately after HARAAMKHOR release. I like being part of films which set new trends and this being the first film to be shot on an iPhone was very interesting. I play the character of Misha Mehta who's an urban girl addicted to drugs and is trapped in her house because she blames herself for an accident which happened a few years back. In order to escape those emotions she gets trapped with her thoughts and finds solace in drugs. This role for me is completely different from MASAAN and HARAAMKHOR and that's what drew me to it."

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