Mumbai: Tillotama Shome is eager to have won the Best Actress grant at the New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) for her exhibition in ‘Sir’, which was declared the Best Film.The motion picture, which has been broadly commended at film celebration, highlights Tillotama with Vivek Gomber and Geetanjali Kulkarni. Coordinated by Rohena Gera, it recounts to a romantic tale of a worker and the child of her high society employer.For Tillotama, to be selected at NYIFF alongside “greats” like Aparna Sen, Seema Biswas, Neena Gupta and Rasika Dugal is “a crazy memory to have and is the psychological picture that I will save”.”For us to win best film and best entertainer is totally the cherry on an exceptionally cool cake. I am extremely appreciative to the jury and the celebration,” Tillotama told IANS.’Sir’ is yet to discharge in India, yet it might happen soon.”The chief is truly battling for a legitimate arrival of the film in India. Also, I do trust that she is going to get it going,” said the on-screen character, who had prior won the Best Actress respect at the Brussels International Film Festival in January this year.



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