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SRINAGAR: Films for the children were screened on the fifth day of Kashmir World Film Festival (KWFF) at Tagore Hall here.
The festival is being presented by Zee TV and Zee Cinema Networks and J&K Tourism is the title sponsor.
The films that were screened for children include Pehle Aap by Virendra Saini, Dak Ghar by Zul Vellani and Heda Hoda by Vinod Ganatra.
Besides the student films, four other films were also screened in the festival that include Forouzan (Iran), It Rains Slowly (Turkey/ Iran), Untreated Waste (India) and Akh Daleel Loolech (India).
The screening of student films attracted the rush of students from various schools of the Valley.
“Till date we never got a chance to watch films on a big screen but hats off to the festival team to make this dream come true for us,” said a student of New Bonvet School, Srinagar.
In the morning session, veteran filmmaker Aruna Raje Patil interacted with the students and films buffs and shared her experience of working in Bollywood. She also explained in depth about the different aspects of the directions.
Festival Director Mushtaaque Ali Ahmad Khan said “The aim of screening children films was just to showcase those films to them which have always been neglect by them or have no knowledge about the films. Such films are worth to watch.”
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