Ali feels immigrants across the world will relate to the film.
Ali feels immigrants across the world will relate to the film.

For Here Or To Go: Ali Fazal to host screening of his film for immigrants in America

Actor Ali Fazal feels that immigrants living in the US will connect to the subject of For Here Or To Go.
Hindustan Times | By Anjuri Nayar Singh
UPDATED ON MAR 01, 2017 08:08 AM IST

Actor Ali Fazal’s next film, For Here Or To Go, is based on the problems faced by immigrants in the United States of America. The 30-year-old actor will hold a special screening of the Rucha Humnabadkar directorial for the immigrants living there. Considering the current political situation in the US, he feels the film is relevant for immigrants.

“I feel those who live as immigrants in countries across the world, will connect with the film. It’s a fun film with a nice message. I wanted to put together a screening and we will have that in March,” says Ali, who is shooting for the sequel of his film Fukrey (2013).

According to a source, the actor feels that many people would be able to relate to the film. “Ali feels that the problems, which immigrants face have existed since a long time but are only being spoken about now because of the current political scenario in the US. He has seen many of his friends face these issues,” says the source.

Meanwhile, the actor will soon start shooting for the last schedule of his Hollywood venture, which also features actor Judi Dench, in Agra.

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