He will be seen as an aspiring candidate for a lucrative job offer against the backdrop of the 2008 recession.
Mumbai: Ali Fazal seems to have established his presence on the international platform extremely well. After a cameo in 'Furious 7,' and acting opposite Judi Dench in 'Victoria and Abdul,' the actor has also been associated with another film with international presence.
Ali Fazal is having the time of his life with a crop of great films up for release. The tall actor is currently in India shooting for his most awaited sequel ‘Fukrey Returns’.
His film ‘For Here Or To Go’ will be releasing in America. The film was shot two years back and has Ali essaying the lead role set against the backdrop of 2008 recession and a series of comedy events that show the harsh reality of immigration issues faced by thousands of people in the US.
The actor will be seen as an aspiring candidate for a lucrative job offer in the Silicon Valley, only to find himself in a lurk when his job position is dissolved owing to the recession. The film reveals a completely new concept in itself and it will have its release in the US in end of March.
It's a mere confidence the film coming out at a time when the immigration issue has become a global conversation owing to the reforms in laws in the US currently which has left the world in a divided debate of what is right and what isn't. The film had premiered last year at the MAMI film festival and is soon to also see a release in India this year.
When asked about it, he said, "This issue of visa and immigrations for several has been there right from the beginning and has always been sort of simmering and it was a great angle to bring this issue in front of every individual and currently, time has just been so relatable and made this film even more connective to audiences which also actually has a fun element in the narrative. This movie is made from true events and the producer brought this idea to me and I totally loved it and that is when I just said yes to this film. I hope audiences connect to it and love to this one too and find it relevant."