MUMBAI: Karan Gour-directed Kshay (Corrode) is set to screen at the 11th Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) in Romania in the Faith section.
The film stars Rasika Dugal, Alekh Sangal and Sudhir Pednekar.
Kshay centres around Chhaya, a simple housewife with an artistic bend of mind who spent a seemingly happy life with her husband Arvind. Money trickles in every month and life goes on for an unassuming Chhaya, until her eyes catch hold of an unfinished sculpture of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi.
Her values and relationships begin to decay day-by day that eventually leads her to surrender to the clutches of an ugly obsession that feeds on her weaknesses and past disappointments. She must have the Lakshmi. The rest forms the crux of the film.
Kshay recently bagged the Best Feature Film award at 10th Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles and was also screened at the 47th Chicago International Film Festival.
The TIFF will take place from 1 to 10 June in Cluj- Napoca in Romania and between 13 and 17 June in Sibiu in Transylvania.