Why did Kamal Haasan apologize Dark Knight and Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan?

Christopher Nolan lands in India and begins his 3-day visit to reframe the future of films – view pics

After meeting south superstar and actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan on Friday, renowned filmmaker Christopher Nolan met Shah Rukh Khan today.

The 52-year-old actor tweeted a picture of himself posing with the Oscar-nominated director, Christopher Nolan, an hour or so ago.

Nolan was set to present his films "Dunkirk" and "Interstellar" in 70mm and 35mm formats to audiences in India, organisers said. He sais he was surprised to know that Nolan has seen some of his films. Nolan is in India to draw attention to the importance of celluloid in the digital age.

Nolan is being accompanied by his wife Emma Thomas and acclaimed visual artist Tacita Dean.

The event is being held at Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai and there will be a screening of Interstellar and Dunkirk on Monday.

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Shah Rukh also thanked Dungarpur for making him a part of this initiative.

A good movie no matter in which language is always watched and enjoyed by film lovers. Before Nolan's arrival, Dungarpur was quoted by IANS as saying, "Nolan is coming to India to talk about the advent of celluloid and shooting films in celluloid, something that he prefers". Film Heritage Foundation, which works towards the saving and restoring the film heritage of India and neighbouring countries has partnered with Nolan and Dean to raise awareness in India.

According to another source, Nolan's Mumbai trip is packed and he has no time for leisure.

Speaking about his visit to India, Nolan said: "Here's to learning more from you guys, to looking forward to events over the next couple of days, and learning more about the awesome film culture that exists in India".

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