New Delhi | Jagran Entertainment Desk: Critically acclaimed Brazilian writer, Paulo Coelho, took to Twitter to appreciate Shah Rukh Khan-led Red Chillies Entertainment for acknowledging the art and tragedy embedded in Hardik Mehta’s ‘Kaamyaab’ which is currently streaming on Netflix under the tag of superstar’s production house. 

Coelho related the whole representation in ‘Kaamyaab’ with a tragic story of a Brazilian actor, Flavio Migliaccio, who committed suicide under the pressure of ‘tragedy of art’. Read Coelho’s complete tweet here:

King Khan was quick to respond to the celebrity writer’s appreciation. Shah Rukh underlined how the film, when it was making rounds in the festival circles touched a chord with him and his team.

“Saw the film when it was doing Festival rounds and it touched a chord with the whole team at @RedChilliesEnt Am so moved you appreciate. It’s a sad truth that character actors get forgotten. Look after yourself my friend and be safe & healthy,” Shah Rukh Khan wrote: 

The lead of the film, Sanjay Mishra also reacted to Paulo Coelho’s tweet, pointing out that ‘…Kaamyaab’ is a ‘slice of life’ 

Starring Sanjay Mishra, Deepak Dobriyal and Sarika Singh, ‘Har kisse ke hisse: Kaamyaab’ tells the story of a retired actor who returns for a long-awaited leading role but finds he is utterly unprepared for the new-age filmmaking. The film has been trending among top 10 most watched Netflix features in India for past couple of weeks.

The actor Flavio Migliaccio, who is mentioned by Paulo Coelho in his tweet, was a Brazilian actor, film director and screenwriter who appeared in more than 90 films and television shows between 1958 and 2019. Aged 85, Flavio was found dead by his housekeeper at his farm in Rio Bonito, Rio de Janeiro on May 4th.

According to Military Police of Rio de Janeiro State, he left a suicide note before hanging himself, and underlined that his undermining as an actor by Brazil’s entertainment industry led to the downfall of his mental health up to the point of suicide.

Posted By: Talib Khan