Jemima Khan’s debut film, “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” emerged triumphant at the prestigious UK’s National Film Awards, securing four awards in total. The British screenwriter and producer showcased her talent and creativity as the film received recognition for Best Screenplay, Best British Film, Best Director, and Best Supporting Actor.
The film’s success continued as Shekhar Kapur was honored with the Best Director award for his exceptional work in bringing the vision of “What’s Love Got to Do with It” to the screen. Kapur’s directorial prowess added a layer of finesse and artistry to the film, further enhancing its impact.
Jemima Khan took to social media, to express her joy and gratitude for the film’s success at the National Film Awards. The recognition received is a testament to her passion and dedication as a filmmaker, and she celebrated the achievements of the entire cast and crew who contributed to the film’s success.
“What’s Love Got to Do with It” is a romantic comedy that features a talented ensemble cast, including Lily James, Emma Thompson, Shazad Latif, and Pakistani actor Sajal Ali. The story revolves around Zoe, played by Lily James, a filmmaker navigating the complexities of modern dating, and Kazim, portrayed by Shazad Latif, who embarks on an arranged marriage with Sajal Ali’s character, a bride from Pakistan. As their paths diverge, the film explores themes of love, self-discovery, and the complexities of relationships.
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