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Rani Mukerji, Rajkumar Hirani, Freida Pinto, Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal, Vicky Kaushal kick off the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne!

Indian Film Festival of Melbourne: Rani Mukerji, Rajkumar Hirani, Freida Pinto, Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal, Vicky Kaushal kick off the festival



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Image credit: Rani Mukerji, Freida Pinto, Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal and other celebs attend Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne has officially begun, and the first event of the festival is the opening press conference that took place this morning at Melbourne’s central business district. IFFM, the award winning largest film festival in the southern hemisphere kicked off the festivities by bringing all the actors and the Minister of arts and culture, Martin Foley to announce the start of the festival. Mitu Bhowmick Lange, director of the festival introduced all the actors present at the press conference. They were Rani Mukerji, Freida Pinto, Richa Chadha, Ali Fazal, Rajkumar Hirani, Vicky Kaushal, Abhijaat Joshi, Mrunal Thakur and comedian Saadiya Ali.



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Image credit: Rani Mukerji spoke about being the guest of honour

Rani Mukerji spoke about being the guest of honour and what coming to the festival means to her, “I’m really happy to be here representing my country, my film and my fraternity. A big Thank you to the Victorian government for supporting the Indian film fraternity The Indian film fraternity is so diverse, So many languages and cultures so it’s great to see films from various cultures under one roof. I thank Mitu inviting me. And this trip is special because I’m coming here with my daughter. It’s the first time she’s seeing Melbourne”



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Image credit: Freida Pinto added on about the premiere of her next Love Sonia

Freida Pinto who has done magnificent work internationally not just in Film and music but also with her humanitarian efforts added on about the premiere of her next Love Sonia and said, “Love Sonia gives you a glimpse into the world of oval *** trafficking But it still doesn’t show the entire world of it. Also we didn’t want to make a gratuitous film. At the end of the day we want people to to understand the sense of what really happens in this part of the world and how much of it is kept away from us. So as an artist when you get an Opportunity to be part of such a film That can raise a global conversation, it’s fun to adapt to the character but it’s also but More than that you’re raising a very important topic which will leave the audiences with something to ponder on”.








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Image credit: Rajkumar Hirani spoke about his film Sanju

Speaking about his attendance and his film Sanju being a part of the festival, director Rajkumar Hirani said, “Mitu is an inspiration for many. She’s always been kind to have me here and I’m looking to IFFM. Australia is a great country and with Melbourne being such an amazing city, I’m looking forward to meeting people here”.



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Image credit: The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne will screen over 60 films from all across India

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne will go on from the 10th of August to the 22nd August in Melbourne, Australia. The festival will screen over 60 films from all across India and the subcontinent in over 22 languages. Film lovers will get to interact with their favourite actors, directors and writers at the festival in event like Panel Discussions and Q&As post the screening. The festival has become an integral part of Melbourne’s cultural calendar promoting Indian cinema and allowing Australians to take in all that the film industry has to offer.

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