In the vanguard of a small movement of English-lingo pictures comes Everybody Says I'm Fine -- a startlingly loony, directorial debut for Rahul Bose, best known for top lining English August, Split Wide Open and Bombay Boys.

Bose says, "I haven't made a film about India. It is a film about human beings and emotional conflict. Everyone has dark secrets. I am saying something about high society anywhere in the world."

Bose plays the hyperactive Rage -- constantly bragging about bagging prestigious assignments when, in reality, he is still waiting for his first break.

Text: Pratiksha Arora
Design: Uday Kuckian



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