Indian Panorama Film Festival Inaugurated in Delhi

Filmmaking has become a Democratic process in changing times of technology: Col. Rathore
Indian Panorama Film Festival Inaugurated in Delhi


Col. Rajyavardhan Rathore, Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting has said that movies in the Indian Panorama section has an has an emotional appeal with the audiences as they can relate them with their own culture, region and language. The art of storytelling through movies has undergone a change with the times and a trend has now started in India to produce Films based on inspiring stories of real life events. Col. Rathore mentioned this while inaugurating the Indian Panorama Film Festival at Siri Fort auditorium here today. Smt Jayashree Mukherjee, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting was also present on the occasion.



Speaking on the occasion, Col. Rathore said that with the paradigm change in technology and business models, the process of film making is becoming democratic, making it a level playing field giving opportunities to creativity. He further added that the lines between commercial and art cinema have blurred and low budget movies have also succeeded at the Box Office.

Col. Rathore while paying tribute to the veteran film actor Late Shri Om Puri said that, Shri Om Puri was a committed film personality who gave his best in every venture that he was associated with throughout his life.


The Indian Panorama Film Festival, organised by Directorate of Film Festivals shall be screening a package of films of Late Shri. Om Puri to pay tribute to the legendary actor. A total of five iconic films in which Shri Om Puri has acted will be screened from 17th – 21st January in Siri Fort Auditorium III at 6pm. This is to commemorate the journey of his life as an actor and an iconic figure in Indian Film Industry, who have brought films closer to actuality and awareness to his countrymen.

The festival will open with the Documentary film “Ima Sabitri” directed by Bobo Khuraijam and Hindi feature film “Pinky Beauty Parlour” directed by  Akshay Singh.
 

Screening schedule of Indian Panorama films is as follows:
               Time
Date
11.00 AM
2.00 PM
5.30 PM
17.01.2017
(Tuesday)
*GUDH
Dir: Saurav Rai
Nepali / 28 Mins

RINGAN
Dir: Makarand Mane Marathi/109 Mins
SAHAJ PAATHER GAPPO
Dir: Manas Mukul Pal Bengali/86 Mins
BAJIRAO MASTANI
Dir: Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Hindi/158 Mins




18.01.2017
(Wednesday)
KAADU POOKKUNNA NERAM
Dir: Dr.Biju
Malayalam/106 Mins
*AMDAVAD MA FAMOUS
 Dir : Hardik Mehta
Gujarati / 30 Mins

IRUDHI SUTTRU
Dir: Sudha Kongara Tamil/112 Mins


SAIRAT
Dir: Nagraj Manjule
Marathi/174 Mins




19.01.2017
(Thursday)
*PAYWAT
Dir: Mithun Chandra Chowdhary
Marathi / 15 Mins

U TURN (UA)
Dir: Pawan Kumar Kannada/121 Mins


*DAAYRA (UC)
Dir: Sonia Saharan
Haryanvi / 24 Mins

LOKTAK LAIREMBEE (UC)
Dir: Haoban Paban Kumar
Manipuri/71 Mins

AIRLIFT (UA)
Dir: Raja Krishna Menon
Hindi/124 Mins


20.01.2017
(Friday)
DIKCHOW BANAT PALAAX (UC)
Dir: Sanjib sabhapandit Assamese/117 Mins

K SERA SERA
Dir: Rajeev Shinde
Konkani/135 Mins

CHITROKAR
Dir: Saibal Mitra
Bengali/147 Mins

21.01.2017
(Saturday)
*BACHCHHA SAHEB (UC)
Dir: Saikat Sekhareswar Ray
Bengali / 29 Mins

ROOPANTHRAM
Dir: M B Padmakumar
Malayalam/98 Mins

*SAMANN (UC)
Dir: Billu Paul
Haryanvi / 29 Mins

MANTRA (UC)
Dir: Nicholas Kharkongor
English/90 Mins

*EDPA KANA 
Dir: Niranjan Kumar Kujur
Kudukh / 26 Mins

SHANKHACHIL
Dir: Goutam Ghose
Bengali/134 Mins

22.01.2017
(Sunday)
 *SABIN ALUN
Dir: Altaf Mazid
Karbi (Assam)/ 52 Mins

ONAATAH
Dir: Pradip Kurbah
Khasi/112 Mins

*EARTH CRUSADER
Dir: Shabnam Sukhdev
English/ 55 Mins

EKK ALBELA
Dir: Shekhar Sartandel Marathi/99 Mins
SULTAN (UA)
Dir:   Ali Abbas Jaffar
Hindi/170 Mins

23.01.2017
(Monday)
*ORMAYUDE ATHIRVARAMBUKAL (UC)
Dir: Sudesh Balan
Malayalam/ 22 Mins

ALLAMA (UC)
Dir: T S Nagabharna
Kannada/99 Mins


*DAARAVTHA (A)
Dir: Nishant Roy Bombarde
Marathi / 30 Mins

*GUNS AND GUITARS – A MUSICAL TRAVELOGUE (UC)
Dir: Bidyut Kotoky
English / 94 Mins

*TAANDAV (UA)
Dir: Devashish Makhija
Hindi / 12 Mins

BAAHUBALI (UA)
Dir: S.S Rajamouli    
Telugu/158 Mins



 24.01.2017
(Tuesday)
HARIKATHA PRASANGA
Dir: Ananya Kasaravalli Kannada/136 Mins

BASTU SHAAP (UA)
Dir: Kaushik Ganguly Bengali/129 Mins

ISHTI
Dir: G. Prabha
Sanskrit/108  Mins

25.01.2017
(Wednesday)
*RANDU KURIPPUKAL
Dir: Gireesh Kumar.K
Malayalam/30 Mins


*MEMORIES OF A FORGOTTEN WAR  
Dir: Utpal Borpujari
English/ 109 Mins
*THE WIND IN THE MARUWA FIELD 
Dir: Sankhajit Biswas
Bengali / 52 Mins

ROOPANTHRAM
Dir: M B Padmakumar
Malayalam/98 Mins

*CHAUKAT
Dir: Umesh Mohan Bagade
Marathi/12 Mins

NATSAMRAT
Dir: Mahesh Manjrekar
Marathi/165 Mins



 27.01.2017
(Friday)
*GODS IN SHACKLES
Dir: Sangita Iyer
English/92 Mins


* IN RETURN, JUST A BOOK (UC)
Dir: Shiny Jacob Benjamin
Malayalam / 45 Mins

*CECILIA (UC)
Dir: Pankaj Johar
English / 84 Mins


 Om Puri – A Special Homage
Siri Fort Auditorium III at 6 PM

17.01.2017

18.01.2017

19.01.2017

20.01.2017

21.01.2017

ARDH SATYA (1982)
Dir: Govind Nihalani
Hindi/130 Mins
MIRCH MASALA
(1987)
Dir: Ketan Mehta
Hindi/128Mins

JAANE BHI DO YAARO (1983)
Dir: Kundan Shah
Hindi/132 Mins
SADGATI (1981)
Dir: Satyajit Ray
Hindi/45 Mins
DHARAVI (1992)
Dir: Sudhir Mishra
Hindi/120 Mins







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