The 7th Jagran Film Festival on its Day 3 turned out to be a triple dose of movies, master classes and merriment and turned out huge.
The vibe at Delhi’s Siri Fort Auditorium was infectious when cine buffs felt Spoilt for choices with a dose of regional, Indian and international cinema at India’s coveted and the largest travelling film festival, Jagran.
Like the previous two days, day 3 was nothing short of extraordinary. Line-up for the day opened on a good note with Mira Nair’s Monsoon Wedding under retrospective category. Hansal Mehta’s Aligarh received the great response from the audience and as a bonus they also had an opportunity to interact with film star cast in Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao.
The regional movies were mind blowing and treat cinema lovers in the typical regional style.
Actor Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao and Manoj Srivastava Stragic Consultant aT jff
Off to a great start, film lovers juggled across auditoria screens to catch some of their choicest films such as Marathi Movie Namrat by Mahesh Manjrekar, Tanuja Chandra directed Silvat, Romanian film Discordia, another Marathi showcase Sairat, Meghna Gulzar’s Talvar, No Burqas Behind Bars under retrospective category.
The films that spread cinematic delights on Day 3 included Toba Tek Singh by director Ketan Mehta, which was also the opening movie of the festival.
Talking about Jagran Film Festival Manoj Bajpayee said, “it’s a fantabulous concept of exposing cinema and generating audience across India. JFF provides such movies an opportunity to reach a larger audience, who can’t get to watch them at the cinema. I have been associated with Jagran Film Festival in the past as well and visited Indore for the festival last year. Aligarh’s journey has been a great one and it’s going to places we are receiving amazing response from the audience and it’s very satisfactory.”
Actor Manoj Bajpai and Rajkummar Rao spotted at the 7th Jagran Film festival
Young and Dashing Rajkummar Rao was very excited, talking about the festival he said, I have been associated with the festival for long, my movies included Shahid and others were screened here previously and I’m glad to be here with Aligarh being screened here.
Promising to present some of the finest works of cinematic geniuses, India’s largest travelling film festival, ‘Jagran’, features a notable selection of Indian and world cinema classics and contemporary films.
Showcasing more than 100 feature and short films this year, Jagran Film Festival in its 7th edition is slated to be an eyeful treat for one and all.
The festival will culminate on July 5 in capital and then it will travel all across the India to treat the cinema lovers. You stay tuned to One World News for more updates.