Hotel Salvation: new film tackles death, forgiveness and redemption
INDIAN actor Adil Hussain first became intrigued by death when he was graduating from drama school. He questioned the concept of time, the mystery of what happens after one dies and the notion of reincarnation. It is this, he told Eastern Eye, that initially drew him to his latest cinema release, Hotel Salvation. Set primarily in the Indian holy city of Varanasi, Hussain’s character Rajiv joins his father as he attempts to seek salvation before he passes. The film explores the themes of life, death and rebirth as the two protagonists rediscover contentment and peace. Indeed, working on the movie…
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