77th Cannes Festival : Renouned Theatre Artist Sandeep Kartar Singh Graces Red Carpet


New Delhi, The 77th Cannes Film Festival, renowned for celebrating cinematic excellence worldwide, saw the dazzling presence of Sandeep Kartar Singh, a rising star in the realm of Hindi cinema. As applause resonated throughout the venue, Singh’s debut on the iconic red carpet underscored the growing influence and recognition of Indian films on the international stage.

“It’s an immense honor as an Indian to walk the Cannes Red Carpet amidst such a warm reception,” remarked Singh. “The support for Indian cinema here is truly remarkable. Being in Cannes always evokes a special feeling, especially witnessing such a strong Indian presence once again this year.”

Fresh from the success of ‘Takila,’ now streaming on Apple TV, Sandeep Kartar Singh presents his latest venture, ‘God Must Die,’ which has been garnering global attention. Directed by Mustajabuddin Malik, the film casts Singh in the riveting role of Abram, a Malang who claims to have committed the unthinkable act of killing God. This bold assertion, supported by an eyewitness account, sparks a nationwide discourse on faith and existence in modern society.

‘God Must Die’ challenges viewers to confront entrenched beliefs and perceptions. “Through our film, we aim to provoke critical thinking. Cinema serves as a platform to question, challenge, and inspire new ideas,” asserts director Mustajabuddin Malik.

Singh’s portrayal in ‘God Must Die’ has earned him widespread acclaim, solidifying his reputation as one of the industry’s most versatile and dedicated actors. His performance exemplifies his ability to tackle complex and controversial roles with profound depth and sensitivity.