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"It is sad to get stigma against the film industry" : Kiran Rao

The president of the Mami Film Festival, Kiran Rao and director Anupama Chopra attended a press conference and informed about the events going on in the festival. In the press conference, Siddharth Roy Kapoor, Rohan Sippy and Anurag Kashyap were also present. Talking to the media, Kiran Rao said, “It is sad to get stigma against the film industry”

When asked how many Indian parents still do not want their children to go to the cinema, Kiran Rao said, “There are different views of the people about cinema in all the countries. Where people do not want to send their children to the film industry In many countries, art, music, artists are given very high status. We are known as an artist, it feels very good.

“Many people took it as an art form, but some people still do not consider art as the right place. I am fully convinced that people will definitely come to the film industry with ‘art’, except for money and glamor in the film industry. The important thing is to entertain the people too. The film industry has been around 105 years, yet it is very unfortunate that the ideas of the people are not correct for this industry.

The Mami Film Festival will be started by ‘Boxer’ directed by Anurag Kashyap. Anurag Kashyap is also associated with the film festival. When the filmmaker Anupama was asked about the reaction of the film to an impartial judge, he said, “Anurag is associated with the film festival, but there is no discrimination in judging the film. We saw his movie and we felt that it could not be a good movie for the beginning.

Anurag Kashyap said, “When all the members of the Mami Film Festival have decided to make this film, they will start with this film. I am very proud of my movie for the first time, Mami Film Festival Will be run in

Films from 49 countries will be held at the 19th Mumbai Film Festival. In which 232 films will be displayed in 51 languages, Hindi to English, Samon to Braj. In the shadow of Deepesh Jain (Guli Gulian), Devshish Makhija’s Ajji, Shlok Sharma’s Zoo will be from India. . While Columbia’s Bad Lucky Gott, Turkey (ten), United States Quest, Spain’s Summer 1993, will come in for competition.

Mami Mumbai Film Festival will be held from October 12 to 18.

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