National Award-winning actor Manoj Bajpayee’s new film The Fable, which is directed by Raam Reddy, was screened at the Zoo Palast theatre during the ongoing edition of the Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale).

The film was screened to a packed house of 800 audiences.

The Fable selected for the Encounters Competition is the second Indian film to be selected in the section at the Berlinale. The last Indian film in the Encounters Competition was The Shepherdess and The Seven Songs in 2020. There has been no Indian film in the Main Competition at Berlinale since Shelter of the Wings directed by late Buddhadeb Dasgupta in 1994.


Bajpayee along with Deepak Dobriyal and Priyanka Bose attended the premiere in Berlin.

Shot in Uttarakhand and set in 1989, The Fable follows the journey of Dev (Manoj Bajpayee) who discovers mysteriously burnt trees in his estate of fruit orchards situated in the Himalayas.

As more fires break out, he gets to see his true self and his family for who they truly are.

The film also stars Hiral Sidhu, child actor Awan Pookot and Tillotama Shome in a special appearance.

Raam Reddy, who has directed the film, had earlier helmed the critically-acclaimed Kannada black comedy 'Thithi', which clinched a National Award.
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