New York Indian Film Festival is getting more attraction and bigger year by year, says its creator Arron Shivdasani, who is about to begin it on the following year in New York.
NYIFF is an annual film festive which takes place in New York in which screening of Indian films commence. An enormous number of film financiers and directors also attend the venue to interact with the global entertainment world.
We intend each year to be bigger, better and more exciting than the last,’ Shivdasani, who created the first Indian film festival in the US back in 2001 soon after 9/11, told IANS in an interview. The theatre meanwhile is ready to screen the Disney’s first live action film Do Dooni Chaar starring Rishi Kapoor and Nitu Singh.
Shivdasani also clarifies about the closing night celebration as it is convinced by Rabindranath Tagore’s birthday, so it will be no surprise for the audience to watch the Rabindrasangeet rendition of the Indian National Anthem.
The festival started back in 2001 with one theatre now having a large five-day festive with over 55 features along with an uncountable number of shorts and documentaries. Also, there will be an award ceremony in which prestigious rewards will be given for the selected personalities including especial ceremonies, nightly parties. Packed audience with lots of paparazzi world