As the sun sets over the vast metropolis the neon city and it's inhabitants come alive once more.
Three figures impeccably dressed as if from another time and space make their way through the dimly lit but shimmering passage to a backstreet bar. This smoke filled world of 100% desi moonshine all knocked back to the sound of rolling dice is were the three hold court .
Captain of the ship, transporting The Twilight Players on a global journey of adventure and mayhem. A flamboyant visionary and lover of all things artistic.
AMMO 'TOO SWEET'
A Neck cracking, Open Hand stylist powerhouse of ammunition. A seeker of truth on a spiritual path running parallel with The Twilight Players ideology.
JIMI 'THE QUIFF'
Cool & collective, matinee Idol and throwback of a bygone era. Always to be found under the hood of a classic automobile, with a pot of grease in one hand and a comb in the other.
THE TWILIGHT PLAYERS
Slick, Sharp and Dynamic! The trio perform in their own formidable style, with a heavy dose of showmanship to a hip soundtrack of Latin Jazz, Ska, Indian and Electro Funk. With their unique look inspired by everything from the glitz of fifties Havana, classic sixties Indian cinema, right through to the Americana Soul Movement of the Seventies. 'The Twilight Players' are a slice of British cool, forever bringing classic retro-vibes into the 21st Century. Their global appeal has taken them everywhere from Glastonbury to Mumbai, Los Angeles to Casablanca and a few ports in between On a amazing fun-filled adventure with a host of colourful characters along the way.
They can now be seen in a major new Indian motion picture DEV.D
Written & Directed by Anurag Kashyap
Produced by Ronnie Screwvala UTV spotboy
Starring Abhay Deol, Mahi Gill & Kalki Koechlin
DEV.D is a modern-day love story.
Dev, Paro and Chanda reflect the sensibilities, conflicts, aggression, independence, free thought, exuberance and recklessness of the youth of today. A generation that is jammed between eastern roots and western sensibilities.
DEV. D is set in the rustic and colourful Punjab and also explores the dingy, morbid, dark underbelly of Delhi. It takes us from sprawling mustard fields to a riot of neon; from Punjabi ballads to mayhem in rock.