The sixteenth Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles Indian Film Festival here one month from now will have a dedication tribute screening of ‘Chandni, one of the diamonds from the late Bollywood on-screen character Sridevi’s magnificent true to life profession.
The celebration will screen a 2K print of the 1989 hit ‘Chandni’, read an announcement. IFFLA, to be held April 11-15, will open with ‘In The Shadows’, featuring Manoj Bajpayee, and close with Rima Das’ ‘Town Rock stars’.
Different features incorporate Nagraj Manjule’s short film ‘An Essay of the Rain’, Ben Rekhi’s ‘The Ashram’ featuring Kal Penn, Vaishali Sinha’s ‘Ask The Sexpert’ around 93-year old sex exhortation reporter Mahinder Watsa, ‘The Hungry’, featuring Naseeruddin Shah and Tisca Chopra, Hansal Mehta’s ‘Omerta’ and Nila Madhab Panda’s ‘Kadvi Hawa’.
The line-up incorporates 12 dialects and a rundown of first and second-time producers, including 11 ladies movie producers.
“The current year’s lineup is a demonstration of the rich assortment of type, style and expertise that exists inside the Indian filmmaking group. We are tremendously pleased to display this accumulation of energizing, motivating, and testing stories that are certain to make for an exciting celebration encounter,” said Mike Dougherty, IFFLA’s Director of Programming.
This year, IFFLA will include four world debuts, three North American debuts, two US debuts, and 14 Los Angeles debuts. Different producers and on-screen characters will go to the celebration, including Mehta, Sinha, Bornila Chatterjee, Panda and ‘Ajji’ lead performer Sushama Deshpande.
This year the celebration will highlight four world debuts, three North American debuts, two US debuts, and 14 Los Angeles debuts.
“The current year’s lineup is a demonstration of the rich assortment of kind, style and ability that exists inside the Indian filmmaking group. We’re gigantically pleased to exhibit this accumulation of energizing, motivating, and testing stories that are certain to make for an exciting celebration encounter,” IFFLA’s Director of Programming Mike Dougherty said in an announcement.