Wednesday, February 03, 2016

The new British Airways film's real-life story about visiting India is a tear-jerker

A touching new film released by British Airways follows the real-life story of a cabin crew member Helena Flynn, who is flying to India for the first time. It has been directed by Indian director Neeraj Ghaywan, who's debut feature film Masaan had won two awards at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015.
The film strikes the right note by focusing on the flight attendant Flynn's special bond with an elderly Indian woman passenger on the flight. Afterwards, the lady invites her to visit her home in Hyderabad and Flynn shares a meal with her family. The pleasant encounter stays with her, making her fall in love with the counry.
The airlines has been operating in India since 1924, and the country is its second-largest market outside the UK after the US.
03/02/16 Sonam Joshi/Mashable
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