Media Coverage 2018

LIFF 2018 PR Coverage


BBC World News TV

Director Tabrez Noorani and Producer David Womark on Love Sonia


Manoj Bajpayee on Gali Guliyan – In the shadows




In Print (Instagram Slideshow of newspaper)


In Print (Instagram Slideshow of newspaper)

Time Out London

In Print (Instagram Slideshow of Freida Pinto interview)

In Print ((Instagram Slideshow – 10 best festivals in London)

Huffington Post

BBC Radio London

Jayisha Patel with Nikki Bedi on BBC London – female eye, Bagri Foundation, Sridevi, Sangeeta Dutta, Village Rockstars all mentioned! 10th June

BBC London – Robert Elms with Cary – 12th June

BBC London – Dipesh Jain with Simon Lederman – 21st June

BBC London Nikki with Gordon 24th June – Venus

BBC London S&S with Tabrez, Richa, Mrunal – 24th June

BBC London – Darshan Jariwala with Sunny & Shay about Eaten By Lions winning the audience award at LIFF – 1st July

BBC Asian Network

BBC Asian Network – Sangeeta Dutta with Nadia Ali

BBC Asian Network Haroon with Richa

BBC Asian Network Haroon with Manoj

BBC World News – Bangla

Farooki & Tisha – Facebook Live to 12 M followers and Tisha did a live two way to Dhaka, Bangladesh

LBC Radio,

Shared coverage with Classic FM – Cary interview on opening night ran on their bulletins on 21st June

LIFF Director Cary Rajinder Sawhney and Love Sonia director Tabrez Noorani on London Live TV, aired on Sky: Channel 117 Freeview: Channel 8 Virgin Media: Channel 159 Owned by London Evening Standard.


Daily Mail


BollySpice (Media Partner)

Eastern Eye (Media Partner)

DesiBlitz (Media Partner)

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Cinema And Partner Websites


‘Love, Sonia’ to Open Bagri London Indian Film Festival,

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Media Partner: Bolly Spice

Get Ready! The London Indian Film Festival is back with more brilliant films this June!

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Media Partner: DesiBlitz

The 2018 lineup of the London Indian Film Festival features female filmmakers and extraordinary lives. Take a look at the full programme for London, Birmingham, and for the first time Manchester, here.

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Indian Press Coverage  – London Indian Film Festival to open with ‘Love Sonia’, titles include ‘Mehsampur’ and ‘T for Taj’

Times of India – Srijit Mukherjee’s Uma is travelling to major international film festivals

Times of India – Jisshu Sengupta’s younger daughter Zara plays little Uma in Srijit Mukherji’s next

The Hindu – As Indian film festivals mushroom across the globe, desi cinema is drawing new audiences

Business Standard – ‘Love Sonia’ heads to Bagri London Indian Film Festival

India TV News – Richa Chadha, Rajkummar Rao’s Love Sonia to open Bagri London Indian Film Fest

Cinestaan – Rajkummar Rao-Richa Chadha’s Love Sonia heads to Bagri London Indian Film Festival


Follow News – ‘Love, Sonia’ to Open Bagri London Indian Film Festival

Mid-day – Richa Chadha Starrer Love Sonia Heads To Bagri London Indian Film Fest

Box Office India – Head To London

Biz Asia Live – London Indian Film Festival 2018 programme unveiled

Thamarai – My Son is Gay – UK Premiere | Tamil Language film | London Indian Film Festival 2018

Pune Mirror – Column

DNA India – Tabrez Noorani’s Love Sonia to open the London Indian Film Festival 2018

Punjab News Express – Love Sonia to have its World Premiere at the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 2018

Filmfare – Indian films that won International appreciation

Glamsham – T FOR TAJ MAHAL trailer applauded at Cannes

Firstpost – Cannes 2018: Rajkummar Rao peaks his unrivaled film festival run with debut at French Riviera with 5 Weddings


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