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20th - 30th November, 2012

A Detailed Analytical Report

Kudos to IFFI Director Shankar Mohan for his unique selection, and presentation of films and programmes, but marred by mismanagement of ESG (co-organizer)and PIB (Media management)

A Few Highlights :

  • First time achievements were a spacious Air conditioned make shift stage and hall called “hanger” was built especially to accommodate 3500 seats for Opening and Closing functions without any confusion, denials to invitees and delegates.
  • First time the Star Chief Guest of the Opening ceremony Akshaya Kumar had played an ambassador for IFFI to promote it on Prime time commercial TV channels to highlight the celebration of “100 years of Indian Cinema”
  • To enable the cine –buffs to opt for a film of their choice, Films were micro categorized and listed in various heads like :

International Competition, Cinema of the world, A Cut Above, Master Strokes, Festival Kaleidoscope, Soul of Asia, Documentaries, Country Focus (Turkey), Special Tribute (Ashok Amritraj), Focus On film maker (Kim Ki Duk), Sketches on Screen, Retrospective (Sussane Bier) Centenary Celebration of Indian cinema (50 films), Homage and Indian Panorama Films

  • The selection for the Life Time Achievement Award of the Polish Master Film Maker – Educator Krzysztof Zanussi was very apt.
  • Master Classes Conducted by world famous Film Makers and Craftsmen from India and abroad.
  • 162 films from 70 countries with 84 Indian Premieres in International segment; 15 Competition films and 20 feature plus 19 non-feature films in Indian Panorama Section.
  • Both Opening and closing films viz; “ Life of Pi” (Ang Lee’s 3 D)) and “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” (Mira Nair) were premiered in India.
  • A new initiative “Chai N Chat” for an hour was especially kept every day to have informal chats and interactions between all participants, and film makers. This was well appreciated.

Administrative (By ESG) and Media Mismanagement (By PIB) galore

This year it was abysmal communication, transparency and facilitation practiced by both ESG, the Administrative sponsor partner and PIB, the media facilitator.

  • Both practiced complete lack of transparency, clarity and communication. Nepotism was rampant while distributing Celebrity dinner meet invites and on what criteria it was done. For the first time in IFFI history, the closing film invitation was not given by PIB to media, but it was required to be collected by those interested to watch the closing film from the General Manager of ESG, who was seldom available on his seat, thus the media men were kept in lurch, many missed out too for the 6 p.m show. Further, the Dinner invites of Both ESG and C M of Goa were not notified or given to Media centre. The PIB, which is supposed to take care of media persons did not bother to arrange or co-ordinate with the Fest Directorate or the ESG. For first 5 days, the media handlers were the senior and familiar persons known to the media, but the later part of fest saw new and relatively junior persons handling media who failed to communicate or facilitate properly and transparently. Even the ceremonial formal get together of all media by PIB bosses was missing this year.
  • The Transport arrangement for Dinner parties (Which invariably held in remote places from the IFFI complex / Media Centre) were frustrating and untimely. Even the usual ferry services of Autos between INOX and Kala academy were missing after 9 p.m.
  • While all the computer tickets bore the seat no., in no auditorium it was followed.
  • On special request and to facilitate media to cover the press conferences and then attend the Film show, a written order was issued by the ESG CEO, to keep 10 seats reserved for media till 10 minutes after the start of film, but that was never implemented by the INOX Management and many media men were turned down as the non–ticket holders were allowed to occupy all the vacant seats. HERE an element of Corruption /Nepotism crept in as the security men allowed the local daily pass holders or the persons without delegate registration badge.
  • ESG or DFF both perhaps measured the success of the Fest by proudly announcing that this year a landmark figure of ten thousand plus delegates were registered, (of course only half the figure attended) whereas media persons were barely 300. This is exclusive of local people with daily ticket or passes. Now imagine the plight of genuine delegate/ media film buffs to get accommodated in the total seating capacity of approx. 2500 in all screens in addition to lack of basic Infrastructural facilities. They forgot that the real test of an International festival’s success does not lie in the numbers they enrolled but the quality of films / serious film lovers and necessary facilitations.
  • NFDC’s “FILM BAZAR”, a total Flop, Mismanaged and Corrupt affair. Its media co-ordinator treated media as dirt, although formal invites for the bazaar were sent. Film producers who entered their films for screening were denied even an entry to watch their own film.


This year’s inaugural function was serene and dignified except a few compositions of Choreographer Saroj Khan and once track longish song rendering of Kailash Kher, while showing the glimpses of 100 years of Indian Cinema. The script designer has also missed out some very important houses who made the Indian films what they were till eightees, like Imperial Cinema company, Wadia, Minerva Movieton, LV Prasad, SS Vasan AVM, Shantaram, Kardar / Mehboob or B R Productions etc. Besides the presence of galaxy of Political bosses with Governor and Chief Minister of Goa, Union Minister of I & B, Akshaya Kumar and starlet Kajal Agrawal added glamour and glitter on the stage besides anchors Kabir Bedi and Perizad Zorabian. The most appreciated event was observance of a minute silence to pay homage to all those film celebrities who departed recently, especially mentioning the first Super Star Rajesh Khanna.

The opening film made in India and in Pondicherry by the Oscar winning acclaimed director Ang Lee “Life of Pi” with Indian actors in lead. Presence of Irrfan Khan and Tabu added much needed adrenalin to the audience, the leading role player teenager Suraj was absent due to his school examination. But the film was an excellent emotional experience, adventure and a visual delight in 3 D format. Sad that it was not a part of Competition films.

Closing Function

This was short, sweet and flawless with real traditional regional flavour of India in music, dance and merry making. Chief Guest was Telugu star Nandamuri Balakrishna, son of the late N T Rama Rao, Guest of Honour was renowned Australian Film Maker Paul Cox, besides usual Government dignatories. The anchors were television stars Rohit Roy and Simon Singh. Present in the audience were Bollywood celebrities Jackie Shroff, Sheyas Talpade and film makar –Music maestro Vishal Bharadwaj, beiseds the Closing film director Mira Nair, editor Shimit Amin and the producer of the film.


It appears that as per the framed guidelines, the Chairperson of the International Competition Jury has to be an Indian Film maker. This year the Chairman of the Jury was acclaimed film maker Goutam Ghose, while other members were Anamaria Marinca of Romania, Veteran Film Critic Derek Malcolm from U K, Lech Majewski from Poland and Dr. Malani Fonseka of Sri Lanka. They are expert illustrious persons in their own vocation. The Jury awarded the competition prizes as under :

BEST FILM : “Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan” (Punjabi) made by Gurvinder Singh of India, produced by NFDC. Awarded Golden Peacock with cash prize of $90000/-

BEST DIRECTOR : Kyu-hwan Jeon for the film “The Weight” (South Korea). Awarded Silver Peacock with cash prize of $ 33000/-

SPECIAL JURY AWARD : Film “Una Noche” (Cuba-UK-USA) made by Lucy Mulloy. Awarded Silver Peacock with cash prize of $33000/-

BEST ACTOR (Male): Marscin Dorosinski for his role in Polish film “Rose”. Silver Peacock and cash prize of $ 22000/-

BEST ACTOR (FEMALE): Anjali Patil for her role in Sri Lankan film “ With You, Without You”. Silver Peacock with cash prize of $22000/-

The year being the celebration of 100 years of Indian Cinema, a special award was kept as “Indian Cinema Centenary Award” with a Silver Peacock, cash prize of $20000/-and a certificate.

Special Jury consisting of Celebrity film makers Buddhadeb Dasgupta, Goutam Ghose and an acclaimed Author and Film expert Ms. Kishwar Desai was constituted to select out of three IFFI nominated films once each from Indian Panorama (“Chitrangada”), Cinema of the World (“The Reluctant Fundamentalist”)and International Competition (Rose) films. From this limited choice, the Jury did their best by choosing Mira Nair film “The Reluctant Fundamentalist”, which happened to be the closing film of the fest but was not seen by any of the Fest participant.

For this, there was a whispering furore and controversy from the audience at large, including film critics that how a film which is not an Indian Film and also has not been seen so far by anyone can be bestowed upon the coveted award of “Indian Cinema Centenary Award”. Without casting doubts on the perceptions of the jury in selecting award winners, the film buffs including media generally felt this. Mira Nair, though a great film maker is PIO, film is made in USA and Pakistan and India’s contribution only comes by way of editor Shimit Amin, character actors (Om Puri, Shaban Azmi) or the Distributor-Promoters- PVR pictures.

But then, the flaw if any lies not with the quality of Mira Nair film or the choice of the Jury, but by the limitation put forth by the IFFI pre-view Selection committee which only nominated three specific films, from three different countries wrongly naming as “Indian Cinema Centenary Award”. Majority of them felt disappointed for the nomenclature of the award. If the award was meant for an “Indian Cinema”, then it should have been rightly conferred on one of the best Indian films made in the last century. People also opined that no doubt, the Best Indian film “Anhey Ghorey da Daan” was not bad, but then there were better films in the International Competition deserving for this honour. The need, therefore, was to appoint an International and not Indian person as the Chairperson of Jury members as Indians are the hosts.

This year $220000/- were given as prize money.



This year too IFFI directorate invited the Federation of Film Societies of India (FFSI) and Indian Documentary Producers’ Association (IDPA) to jointly organize Open Forum on important different topics and subjects concerning to films, makers, technology, problems and solutions. Useful interaction with Indian / Foreign experts and audience proved useful for more than an hour each day between 23rd-29th Nov. Topics covered were : “Emerging Cinema-Trends and Challenges” “Emerging Technologies”; “100 Years of Indian Cinema, 50 Years of Film Education and the Road ahead”, “Young Film Makers’ Toolbox” “ IFFI In Goa-A vision for the future”

EVENT : Under the aegis of FFSI and IDPA in the open Forum on 24th Nov. this writer had had the privilege of getting my book GOLDEN SOJOURN IN BOLLYWOOD WONDERLAND -Vol. Iformally released by shri Shankar Mohan, the director of IFFI and shri Sansar Desai, Gen. Secretary of IDPA. The full print book of 452 pages plus a culled out chapter from it relating to IFFI and MIFF and a colour C D of the book (all 3 formats) were released simultaneously.

Mohan Siroya while Publication of his Book at IFFI-12.jpg
Mohan Siroya with shri Shankar Mohan, the director of IFFI and
shri Sansar Desai, Gen. Secretary of IDPA while releasing his book

Book contains the compilation of my actual published articles in periodicals all over India for 50 year period from Dec. 1959 to 2009. There are Eight Chapters covering celebrity Interviews, events and bashes, Analytical and Statistical reports of Hindi films released based on research and polls; Detailed account of International Film Festivals held in India and LA, psycho-Analytical Reviews of Films, Analytical articles on the Business of Entertainment, specimen articles of Juicy Gossip, Satirical Humour and Celebrity Nostalgia, Homages to a few departed stalwarts of Bollywood etc. Hopefully the book will serve as a reference book for Mass media students and International Film buffs to know about Bollywood of past 50 years.

I express my heartfelt gratitude to IFFI director and Open forum organizers for this gesture and honour.

Glimpses of Good Festival films

Opening film “Life of PI” (USA)

This Ang Lee film in English is based on the best selling novel, on the life of an Indian boy Piscine Militor Patel better known as ‘Pi’ grown in 70s Pondicherry, India. This is embellished with emotions and adventure in 3 D format and Ang Lee’s vision worked at his usual best. Needless to add more for this film as it is already released all over India and lapped by audiences. Besides the magnificent portrayal by Indian veteran actors Tabu and Irrfan Khan, the debutant teenager Suraj was indeed stunning as Pi and expressed all possible nuances to be an excellent actor. Film had won the audience award at Milli Valley Film Festival and was also an opening film at New York Film Festival.

Closing film and Indian Cinema Centenary Award winner “ The Reluctant Fundamentalist” (US-Pakistan- India)

Based on the novel by Mohsin Hamid, it is about a Pakistani youth Chagez Khan chasing corporate success on Wall Street USA. He finds himself embroiled in a conflict between his American dream, a hostage crisis and the enduring call of his family’s homeland after the terrorist bombings on Twin Towers on 9/11. Film is produced by Lydia Dean Pilcher, screenplay is brilliantly written by novelist Mohasin Hamid alongiwth Willian Wheeler and Ami Boghani. Mira nair has skilfully explored the bias towards Muslims and the phenomenon of globalization that is both brilliant and unsettling. While the Cinematography of Declan Quinn is excellent, talented Mumbai man Shimit Amin (Editor- director of “Chak De India fame) has excelled as editor, keeping a fast tempo with sharp inter-cuts.

AS per PVR CEO, the film is likely to have Indian release only by May next year along with Hindi dubbed version. The film was screened at Toronto International Film Fest and Venice film Fest in 2012.

Competition Films


As said earlier, this competition film bagged the Golden Peacock as the best film of the fest. Script writer director Gurvinder Singh was an assistant to the great late Mani Kaul, made 3 documentaries earlier to this debut feature film.

On one fogy morning, a Dalit family in the outskirts of the village learns about demolition of a house. Family father joins his community to demand justice for the affected family.Same day his son Melu also participates in a strike of Union of Cycle- Rikshaw pullers where he gets injured and alienated. First Melu rests and then on teasing, joins other friends. Cycling through the streets, Melu feels lost and wonders where to go and what to do. A man wanders asking for the traditional alms while the father decides to visit city even when his daughter walks through the village streets in the night.

The stark poverty, struggle for survival of the low caste Dalits, is sensitively depicted and portrayed while treating the subject realistically by the director Gurvinder. For this feat, he had already won National award as the best director in 2011. Besides this, the film also had won National awards for best Cinematography by Satya Rai Nagpal and also as the Best Punjabi film. Had also won special Jury award in Abu Dhabi Film Festival.

7 Boxes (Paraguay)

This is a suspense comedy written and directed by Juan Carlos Maneglia and one of the competition entry in this fest. On one sweltering night in the city Asuncian, Paraguay, Victor, a 17 year old wheelbarrow delivery boy, dreams of becoming famous and rich, having a girl friend. He was offered a chance to earn US $ 100 after delivering 7 boxes with unknown contents. But the easy sounding job becomes most complicated. Something in the boxes is highly coveted. Victor and his pursuers quickly find themselves caught up in a crime they know nothing about. The script becomes suspenseful with comic effects with crisp editing by the director. The film was also screened in Toronto and San Sebastian Film Festivals 2012.

ROSE (Poland)

Tadeusz Mazur, a Polish army officer and a veteran of the Warsaw uprising whose wife was raped and murdered by the Germans, moves to Masuria, a region in former East Germany. He visits Roza, a widow of a German soldier whose death Tadeusz had witnessed, to hand over her husband’s possessions. She asks him to stay at her farm to protect her from marauders and the brutal rapes she had previously experienced. Soon love develops.

The actor Marcin Dorocinski has already won the the IFFI Best actor award for his role as Tadeusz Mazur. Equally moving performance was given by Agata Kelusza as the widow Roza. Of course the script writer Michal Szczeerbic and the director Wojtek have also done a superb job. Film had also won many International awards including Grand prix at the Warsaw Film Fest.


This is a story in casblanca about the state pf affairs prevailing in Morocco. A barbar with an underground business pushing paperwork thru’ Government officials conspires to help a neighbour to immigrate to Spain to get united with her fiancé. Though the scheme was foolproof, it failed.The film depicts the Moroccan life pulse, people barter to get by and people plot to escape from the country. Director and Writer Mohamed Asli essays a bold indictment of the type of society that is produced by a corrupt Police State.

The film was also an entry at Toronto, Abu Dhabi and other International Film Fests.

SISTER (France/ Switzarland)

Another good entry in the competition, which also had an appreciation at Cannes and London Film fests, besides winning Silver Bear at Berlin and Golden Swan at Cabourg Film Fests.

12 year old boy Simon lives with his jobless elder sister in an industrial valley below a Luxury ski resort in Switzarland. In this opulent ski resort, he steals equipments from the rich tourists to resell in town below to locals. Once he partners with a crooked British worker, loses his boundaries that affects his relationship with the Sister,when confronted with the truth, both had been escaping. That forces Simon to seek refuge up abovein ski-resort. Breathtakingly photographed by Agnes Godard, director Ursula Meir does weave an emotional web around.


This cute little film has deservedly won the special Jury award at IFFI. Earlier it had a world premiere at Berlin Film Fest. Besides the script writer director, talented debut film maker Lucy Mulloy had won awards as the best director and script writer at Tribeca and Athens Film fests. This film had also won the best actor, best Cinematography awards at Tribeca Fest.

Film deals with the fed up lives of Cuban teens with poverty, Raul and Elio gets tantalized by an idea of fleeing to a new life in Miami USA. There, when Raul is accused of assaulting a foreigner, he has no choice but to escape, but Elio is in dilemma to help in Raul’s pursuits as that will mean abandoning his beloved twin sister Lila. Brimming with Havana’s restless youth, “Una Noche” follows one sweltering day, full of hope and fraught with tension that burns to a shocking climax.


This was indeed an absorbing and interesting film worthy of getting an award, but failed. Scripted and directed by Karen Shakhnazarov, the film deals with the closing phase of World War II, showing both the exhausting forces of Russia and Nazi. Despite the one up show by Russian forces, they used to get thwarted by a huge and indestructible Nazi tank called ‘White Tiger’. It continued to emerge from the smoke of combat, ruthlessly destroying the adversaries and then getting swiftly vanished. The Russian tank crewman had some strange power of survival even after fully burnt in body, forgetting his past and loss of memory but used to understand the language of ‘Tanks’. He led the forces to believe that such a destroyer Nazi ‘White’ tank still exists and must be destroyed.

The film was also an entry in the International Film Fests at Shanghai, Montreal and Jerusalem.

Other Good Films from Cinema of the World

AMOUR (Austria/France/ Germany)

Scripted and Directed by Micheal Haneke, this film had won the top prize of Palm d’Or at 2012 Cannes Festival and also the Grand Prix award from FIPRESCI, besides earning laurels at Karlovy Vary and Durban film festivals.

Story line is very touching and heart wrenching. Georges and Anne in their eighties are retired music teachers, leaving in a posh apartment. Anne suffers a stroke which leaves her partially paralyzed. As a devoted lovin hubby, Georges struggles with the formidable task of becoming her full time care taker. A visit from their daughter Eva reaffirms just how secluded they have become after retirement, although highly educated and talented. When the suffering of Anne becomes unbearable and beyond care or treatment, the Climax is indeed heart –wrenching leaving us with tears and helplessness. Hats off to Micheal Haneke.


This film is Romanian master Christian Mungiu, produced, scripted and directed by him. His 2007 Internationally award winning 2007 film “4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days” is still unforgettable.

This film is based on a true story. Alina, a young woman returns to her country after leaving Germany and reunites with a childhood friend used to live with her in an orphanage, now a Nun in an orthodox monastery. Nun turns down the request of Alina to come back with her to Germany; but she declines. Now the story takes a dramatic turn that eventually involves a police investigation and turmoil Nun friend of Alina. Actress Cosmina Straton played the lead role with aplomb that fetched her the best actress award in Cannes Fest, so also to Christian Mungiu for the best Screen play. The film is also a nomination for 2013 Oscar award in foreign language category. Was also acclaimed at the Toronto and New York Film Fests.

DORMANT BEAUTY (Italy/ France)

This stunning film with a controversial issue of Mercy Killing, is Written and Directed by Marco Bellocchio in a very sensitive manner. Film is an heart wrenching drama set in different locations during the last six days of life of Eluana Englaro, a young woman who lived 17 years in a vegetative state. The film is also a mosaic of several interrelated characters questioning about the meaning of life and hope when nothing exists in actual state except a still body.

This film was a special presentation at Toronto International Fest and was a part of Competition entries at Venice Film Fest 2012.

Good Focus Films of Kim Ki- duk (South Korea)


Orphaned Lee Kong- Do, a cold blooded debt collector never new love or affection. He lived and worked in a poor, outcasts people locality far from Seoul. Lee’s job was to cripple them in order to get their insurance money. On day a mysterious woman meets Lee and claims she is his mother. He tests her with all possible brutalities to know if she is telling the truth. Eventually a warm, familiar feeling starts creeping into his dead soul, a feeling similar a child can feel for his mother.

The film had won Golden Lion at Venice Film Fest 2012 and was well appreciated at Toronto Fest.


This visually stunning film explores an intriguing story of two strangers, Ran and Jean who are intimately connected. Ran is pained by apst love, sleep walks and acts out what Jean had dreamt, unable to forget his ex-love. Both fight for the agony caused by his dreams and her execution. Jean seeks out a place in his dream which looks real and there he meets Ran, surprised to discover with his own eyes that she is acting out his dreams. Both are then convinced that there is an unexplainable connection between the two.

This 2008 film was also appreciated at San Sebastian, Torino and New York Asian Film Fests.


Film centers around an unusual relationship between a male condemned prisoner, Jin and a married female artist, Yeon. This a tender romantic drama. Whenever, Jin attempts a suicide in jail and is telecast on TV, Yeon gets curious, pays a visit to him and after many such conversational meets, an intimate bond developes.Yeon’s husband and small daughter get aware and perturbed but are helpless. The process of pain brings a transformation in him. With complexity but humorous sensibility, the film creates characters that are perverse and unlikable.

This film of 2008 had won special Jury award in Fontosporto Fest, was nominated for the Palm d’Ore at Cannes and had eaned accolades at Karlovy Vary and Hongkong International Fests.

A few good Documentary and Feature Indian Panorama films :

CELLULOID MAN (Documentary)

Aptly this was the opening film of the Indian Panorama, a visual history of how the man known as the genuine film buff and lover, curator and an extra-ordinary Film preserver. He officially did this as the longest serving director of the National Film archives and still continue to pursue his mission of saving and restoring the virtually dead and missing films can by can or frame by frame, at whatever cost and effort as his duty and now as Passion. Man is none other than the Illustrious P K Nair, who even till today despite his age and physical handicap, does not miss to see and appreciate the films in all Festivals or otherwise. The story of his ‘Yeomen Service” still continues for the films thus making him ‘The Celluloid Man” in the true sense of the term.

This 162 minutes marathon docu- film is produced and directed by Shivendra Singh Dungarpur who was the erstwhile assistant to the celebrity film maker –lyricist Gulzar. Later on his advice, had joined the FTII Pune for script writing and direction course.

BAANDHON (WAVES OF Silence)—Assamese

This is a feature film from the Indian master craftsman Jahanu Barua, produced by Assam State (F & D) Corporation.

The story is of a 73 years old senior couple who are leaving alone in Guwahati, because their only grandson is away in IIT Mumbai for education. They are basically a deep loving couple, but are the victims of old age eccentricities with a show of individual ego for independency, although in the heart of hearts they care for each other to the hilt. A Young doctor and his lovely wife who once used to stay with them as paying guests, have developed a bond more than a family. Senior citizen viewers thought of the three fourth movie as a part of ‘loving and celebrating age’, but last half an hour of the movie, turned into the tension and ‘Mourning’ due to the grave terror attack of 26.11.08 in Mumbai. Unfortunately their only grandson was one of the victims. While depicting the insufferable and unseen pain of this elder couple, the director said about the film “ It is a human statement against terror on behalf of the common men of he entire world. The last part of the film is also a question to all the leaders of the world. What have we done to deserve such pain of uncertainty.

KURMAVATARA - The Tortoise- an incarnation (Kannada)

The veteran award winning Kannada film maker Girish Kasarvalli, this time has attempted a spoof and satirical reality of the Bollywood movies like “Munnabhai” who still depict that the Gandhian values in life can play wonders for our prevailing ills. In the film an aged Government employee led a contented life but his life becomes topsy-turvy when he is made to play the role of Mahatma Gandhi in a TV serial. Assignment brings him fame and money but at the cost of his morality and mental peace. The allegory drawn with the title is Lord Vishnu’s tortoise avatar as a metaphor for the immense stress the elder man undergoes while playing Gandhi’s ideals.

Juxtaposing history with contemporary life has always been a passion for Girish K. In this film, he tries to comprehend this osmosis of two spaces.

SHABDO (Sound) – Bengali

Kashik Ganguli, basically a script writer, has also made about 8-9 films so far but he is acclaimed for his film “Just Another Story” which had bagged Silver peacock award in IFFI. In this film, the director successfully attempts to combine the art of Sound Engineer /Audiograper who is a creator of sound as an art, oblivious of his interaction with other people around him. When the total involvement comes, if becomes a phobia, a psycho –medico case, to be treated by the qualified clinical analysts. Common film goers, will learn a lot of insight, the appreciable sound effects they hear in a film which are the creation of a skilled Sound recordist out of a silent act filmed by the camera. Performances of Raima Sen and Victor Bannerjee are praiseworthy. Director states that the film is by way of his contribution to commemorate the 100 years of Indian Cinema by highlighting the contributions of unsung technical heroes who create the magical sound with their accomplished skill by learning from life’s experiences.


Written by: 

Mohan Siroya


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