Sports drama, 'A Game of Two Halves', is set to make its global debut in June.

Directed by acclaimed British Asian filmmaker Khayam Khan, known for his work on Bus Ride, the film will be released in UK cinemas on 7 June. 

Set across the UK and India, the film follows the journey of Sanjay, a young British student. 

When Sanjay finds himself in India teaching football to underprivileged children, he is unaware of the profound journey of self-discovery he is about to embark on.

His true self is revealed not amidst the academic pressures of a prestigious university, but on the dusty fields of Hyderabad, India.

Director Khayam Khan said:  “Having grown up in an emerging multicultural Britain, where I was one of only a handful of brown-skinned kids at school, I identify with Sanjay and sympathize with his struggle to find acceptance.

“Sanjay tries to be accepted by the cool kids by following the beautiful Shreya, but learns his true nature through the life lessons the kids teach him.

"In the film, I want to show the juxtaposition of what we believe our identity is and what it truly is when we find ourselves and are comfortable in the skin we have been blessed with.”

A Game Of Two Halves was selected to world premiere at UK Asian Film Festival and was also screened at Leicester Phoenix Cinema, as part of the Festival.