After the storm created by the trailer of his movie, ‘The Vanishing Act’, director Rupesh Paul was caught in yet another storm, this time by the paparazzi chasing him on the red carpet at Cannes. The maker of the mega project Kamasutra 3D that had three special screenings at the Cannes, Rupesh Paul kept the shutter bugs busy.
The media pounced on the director and slammed him for the kissing scene shown between the airhostess and a male steward. Rupesh Paul, meanwhile, issued an unconditional apology to the family members of the missing passengers of MH 370. He also clarified that the movie would never hurt sentiments based as it was on an investigative report by a Malaysian journalist which did not have a love-triangle between the crew.
After so an eventful week, the film maker walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film festival on a busy Friday night under a heavy paparazzi shower and the other film next “Savita Barbie” grabs eyeball at the Cannes and got raving reviews.