Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has unveiled the first set of film titles premiering in the Gala and Special Presentations programmes in the current year’s release of the fest. Three Indian movies will have there world debut at Toronto. All the three movies are a piece of Extraordinary Introductions.

Anurag Kashyap’s most recent film Mukkebaaz is titled The Brawler for the fest release. The 145-min long film is about a lower station boxer attempting to make his blemish on the boxing scene. The film stars Vineet Singh ahead of the pack part.

Hansal Mehta’s Omerta describes the narrative of notorious English conceived psychological oppressor Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheik, who grabbed and killed Money Road Diary journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002. It stars Raj Kummar Rao in the number one spot and is 96 minutes in length.

The third one is Bornilla Chatterjee’s The Hungry. It migrates Shakespeare’s ridiculous disaster Titus Andronicus to cutting edge India, where defilement, voracity, and vengeance run widespread at a luxurious wedding.