Remember Amnesia, A Film By Dr. Ravi Godse, Hits Theaters All Across the United States & Canada June 14

Remember Amnesia, A Film By Dr. Ravi Godse, Hits Theaters All Across the United States & Canada June 14
New York, NY, June 14, 2019 --( In what has turned into an expansive city release, in over twenty different markets, Remember Amnesia is set to open in major US cities including Miami, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond and Portland; additionally, it will open in the Canadian markets of Toronto and Vancouver.

A full list of cities can be found here:

Remember Amnesia is a comedy starring Dileep Rao (Inception, Avatar, Drag Me To Hell and Touch), Shruti Marathe (Mumbai Pune Mumbai 2, Tujhi Majhi Love Story, Premsutra and Taptapadi) Tovah Feldshuh (Lady in the Water, Just My Luck and Brewster's Millions) and Mahesh Manjarekar (Slumdog Millionaire, Astitva and Nidaan).

The film tells the story of a US-based physician from India who loses his memory during an accident while visiting India and as his memory comes back, where he can't remember whether or not he has killed his wife.

Directed by Dr. Ravi Godse, known for Help Me, Help You and Dr. Ravi & Mr. Hyde, he delivers a vibrantly-engaging comedic mystery.

“Ravi Godsse’s beautifully shot Remember Amnesia brings us to the heart and mystery of Pittsburgh and India - an unlikely pairing. Ravi seems to even capture the smell of the air in India versus Pittsburg, through the brilliant cinematography of James Ledoux. The wonderful music of Sanjay Wandrekar pulls us into the movie throughout. The film is well carried by its leading man, Dileep Rao and his romantic co-star Shruti Marathe. The rest of the international cast shine as well.”
-Tovah Feldshuh

Remember Amnesia is produced by Godse-Thaker Productions and distributed by Sixth Sense Media Company whose roots date back to 2014 screening Marathi films in the US. In December of 2014, an organization called "Marathi Cinema Bay Area" with a scope limited to the San Francisco Bay Area was formed. Soon after they began taking Marathi films from local cinemas to standard cinemas such as Cinemark, AMC and Regal. In 2015, they started distributing films to the local Maharashtrian organizations in other cities across North America, and in 2016 they expanded their horizons beyond North America, distributing films all across the globe. Now Sixth Sense Media Company, they are presenting and producing films made by filmmakers outside of India.
Kayo Anderson