Filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker's most recent Bollywood film Mohenjo Daro, featuring Hrithik Roshan, will be screened at the 45th Annual Conference on South Asia in Madison, Wisconsin in the United States of America.
The yearly meeting that welcomes researchers, understudies, experts and anybody keen on examination on the locale to Madison, is a four-day occasion beginning on October 20. The film will be screened on October 23.
The gathering is the main yearly meeting in the US for researchers of South Asian studies, pulling in more than 700 members from around the globe, to take an interest in different boards on prehistoric studies.
"At the point when the meeting seat Mitra Sharafi associated with me asking for authorization to screen Mohenjo Daro at their Annual Conference, I felt regarded and lowered," Ashutosh said in an announcement.
He included: "I say thanks to Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, a main prehistorian who has put in more than 30 years concentrating on the Mohenjo Daro and Harappa destinations for supporting the film and sharing his insight."
Discharged in India on August 12, the film is performer Pooja Hegde's entrance into Bollywood. It brings an epic enterprise sentiment story on the silver screen, and is set in the city of Mohenjo Daro in the time of the Indus Valley civilisation which goes back to 2,600 BC.
Jonathan and his group had gone to Mumbai to give Ashutosh all the archeological discoveries in the early phases of pre-creation of the film. They even went to the set in Bhuj to see its development and take a gander at all the props that would be utilized as a part of the film.