Wednesday , January 27 2021

Power Bollywood star meets world cinema

A galaxy of stars and directors such as Akshi Kumar, Karen Johar and Subhash Guy descended on the red carpet of the 49th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), a high on Bollywood festive event which will celebrate cinema, both nationally and internationally. The opening ceremony will also feature the director of Esperan, the director Laine Landais, the singer Erig Singh Singh, the directors Ramesh Sifi, Mador Bhindarkar and the Chinese American actor Chen Han. However, Guy's presence, which was fixed at the festival, may back up some eyebrows this year as the director was caught in a storm by #MeToo in India when allegations of sexual harassment by two women, a claim he denied overwhelmingly. The opening ceremony on Tuesday will be a 90-minute affair which will combine the rich and diverse kaleidoscope of the Indian film industry and international heritage with performances by Bollywood mainstream artists Sono and Rao Shilpa secret. The ceremony will be given by the Governor of Goa, Maridula Cena; Minister of State Information & Broadcasting Association, Rajyavardhan Rathore Voice; PWD Minister Sudin Madhav Dhavalikar; "It's a combination of old and new, old cinema, new and digital, everything fits together in this IFFI," said Rathore DD News. "We will also try to live this stream on social media" To make it accessible to all, Rathore added, "With regard to IFFI's digital aspects, the Minister emphasized the role of Indian VFX artists in Hollywood films," he said, adding: "The Ministry of Information and the Internet wants to establish a playground and visual effects institution, On it, which will define a high level in India, we will be able to open many satellite schools that will be able to follow the school curriculum. The festival's many "festivals" will be quite a "Family Family Affair" with Anil Kapoor and Rhea; Bonnie, Arjun and Naghi Kapoor; David and Varun Dhawan and south, Daggubatis – Rana, Dudu Venkatesh and Father Suresh Babu stage co .. Besides the star families, the foreigners will also get the place to shine at meetings.The names include critical sieving, Diana Panti, Rakul Pratt Singh, Chatterjeda Singh, Josh Sarva, Rahul Bose, Pankag Trifati, Nila Flasher Panda, Raji Sherry Dasfand and Divia Dutta The directors Magna Golzer, Lina Yadav and Gouri Shinda will hold a session in conversation, as will the chairman of the French theater office, Persson Goshi, together with Erig, which brings the appearance of the b His Vera "Sa" festival, and Shoojit Sircar, whose film "October," which will be screened as part of the Indian panorama. In the news that will disappoint many of Sinepell, popular British actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers, who was to premiere his film "Aspern Films," the opening film at the festival, gives the gala a missed opportunity. The festival celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Swedish director Ingmar Bergman with "Wild At Heart, Master at Craft" – a talk hosted by Sunit Tandon and Timmel, Jannike Ahlund and Ulrika Rindegard, all three closely associated with the great director. The festival will also feature seven of Bergman's best films, including "Wild Strawberries". Israel is the focus of the state this year and filmmaker Dan Wolman will present the audience to their films with an artist. He is also the recipient of the Lifetime Lifetime Achievement Award. Jharkhand is the state focus this year and movies such as "Death in Gunj", "Ranchi Diaries" and "Panchlet" because they are based in the region. There is also a window for film lovers to get to know the Tunisian cinema with a meeting in the conversation by Ambassador and Tunisian Ambassador Nasser Hamir. Director Sariram Raghavan will solve the mystery behind a good thriller with a "romantic thriller" with his brother, screenwriter Sridhar Raghavan. The "Experiences" section will pay tribute to movie characters such as Shashi Kapoor, Remnanti, Karuninidi and Klapana Laghi, who died in the past year. This edition of the festival will feature 212 films from 68 countries. The international competition section has 15 films out of which 3 are Indians. A special package for children with visual impairments will be organized with special screenings with an audio description. The festival will present the films "Shulai" and "Hakai" under this section. The festival begins ending November 28. The show will be witnessed by the launch of the Office of Film Assistance, an initiative of the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting. PTI RDS BK BK

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