Nimrat represented The Lunchbox at the BAFTA red caprpet in London
"The Lunchbox and Homeland have got me some recognition outside India," said Nimrat
"It feels very special to be nominated alongside such amazing films as Ida, Leviathan, Trash and Two Days, One Night," says Nimrat on BAFTA nomination for The Lunchbox
"It's an incredible honour for me and my team. I am in London right now, and I just heard about it, and we are honoured to be nominated alongside the finest films of the year," said Mr Batra
The Lunchbox was nominated for the Film Not in the English Language category of the British Academy Film Awards 2015
Nimrat has been nominated for the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards with the cast of Homeland in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series category
Actor Irrfan Khan feels the time has come when Indian films and filmmakers start inspiring the world with their talent and stories.
Nimrat Kaur wasn't craving for international stardom, but that seems to be her calling and destiny, given that she has landed a part in the hit foreign TV series Homeland.
The Lunchbox actress Nimrat Kaur would "love" to work under Saurabh Shukla's direction but, squashing media reports that she's signed a film with him, she says she's "still in talks" with him.
The Lunchbox is this year's highest grossing foreign film at the American Box Office
Acclaimed actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who is making significant inroads into commercial Hindi cinema, has been signed on to play a major role in the next Salman Khan blockbuster Kick. He is excited about sharing the frame with the superstar.
Accomplished actor Irrfan Khan will spend the rest of this year living out of a suitcase as he will be shooting for two films - Jurassic World and Piku.