India’s BIG Travelling Film Festival, the Jagran Film Festival, has now reached Mumbai shore to entertain the audience with culturally-woven cinema and Bollywood addons. In the progression from September 18-24 in Cinepolis, Andheri, this cinematic affair begins with the tinsel town journey of Taapsee Pannu, the stunning Bollywood actress.
If you wish to watch Taapsee’s bruise with the modern patriarchal society in PINK to her recent solo, inspiring lead in Naam Shabana, walk in here. Cheerish the sterling performance of Taapsee Pannu on the big screen once more.
The mega film festival is currently on its last leg of the 16 cities tour which began in July 2017. It is India’s only pronounced event, where artistic brilliance, cinematic trivia, cultural rendezvous and international reunification continues to happen. Leading Bollywood personalities and faces, off-the-screen, congregate at one place to share and express their love for the cinema to its audience.
In Mumbai too, over 130 movie titles are scheduled for screening, to facilitate cross-cultural understanding and crowd intimacy through the wide world of cinema.
The 2017 edition of Jagran Film Festival has traversed from Delhi to the Indian hinterlands of Kanpur, Lucknow, Allahabad, Varanasi, Patna, Dehradun, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Bhopal, Indore, Hisar, Ludhiana, Meerut, Raipur, and will now culminate in Mumbai.
The Jagran Festival will be screening World Cinemas featuring from Turkey, India, Greece, US, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Morocco, Spain, Sri Lanka, Czech and more. Indian Cinemas will showcase movies in its various languages Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Bengali, Malayalam and a Short feature from Brazil – India has no name will be a part of the tribute in the category of short documentaries. Auditorium 3 will showcase Kannada movies like Amraawati, Rama Rama re and Bengali movies – Messi and Posto, Chandras Chor a Marathi film and much more.