Friday, June 16, 2006

South Indian films to be screened at IIFA

NDTV: "Dubai is in the grip of a movie mania at the 7th Indian International Film Festival. The Grand Cineplex has a neat lineup of 30 blockbusters, which includes 14 from Bollywood, 14 from down South, one Bengali, one Marathi and five short films.

Hindi film buffs will get an opportunity to catch up on some of their favourites, which include the Shahrukh Khan starrer Veer Zara, the Abhishek and Rani laugh riot Bunty Aur Bubli, 2005's biggest hit No Entry, as well as Salaam Namaste, Parineeta, Bluffmaster, Page 3, Garam Masala and Iqbal.

This is also the first time that South Indian films will be screened at IIFA. The movies to be screened are Kannathil Muttamital, Nayakan and Autograph. The Abhishek Bachchan, Soha Ali starrer Antramahal directed by Rituparno Ghosh will also be screened."

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