New Delhi: Actor, writer and director Charlie Chaplin's granddaughters, Carmen and Dolores Chaplin are planning to collaborate for their own film soon. The film will be based on Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote. Titled 'Bombay Nights', the film will be shot in Mumbai, India.
Carmen plans to direct the film, whereas Dolores will star in it. Lately during an interview, Dolores said, "The film is freely adapted from Truman Capote's short story and will be darker than the film, more like Capote's original tale."
Carmen and Dolores's surname is enough to create a stir in India. The concept sounds interesting so far. Let’s see what do Chaplin sisters have in store for the audience.
Carmen Chaplin, left, and Dolores Chaplin, granddaughters of silent film legend Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin was an English comic actor and director. He is known for his films made during the black and white, silent film era.
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