8th Global Film Festival Noida Declared Most Happening Event

Noida: 560 films in 9 segments, 54 events, delegates from 40 countries and 45000 footfall in three days, 8th Global Film Festival created new records and been declared most happening film festival said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studio.

Renowned personalities like Mukesh Bhatt, Ketan Mehta, Shravan Rathod, Maann Singh Deep, Pankuj Parashar, Vivek Agnihotri, Manish Gupta, Mugdha Godse, Donal Bisht, Ashok Tyagi and Ketan Desai were present there.

H.E. Milan Hovorka from the Czech Republic, H.E. Jozef Drofenik of Republic of Slovenia, H.E. Demetrios A Theophylactou High Commissioner of Cyprus, H.E. Radu Octavian Dobre from Romania, Mongolian star Mungunzul Amgalanbaatar and the internationally renowned Polish photographer Henryk Pietkiewicz added a lot to the festival.

Union Minister of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Kalraj Mishra and MLA Noida Bimla Batham appreciated the efforts of -International Film and Television Club & International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry of bringing love, peace and unity in the world through art and culture. Sandeep Marwah was unanimously nominated as the World Cultural Minister.

Exhibitions by Aman Chotani, Kunal-Kapil Kapur, launching of Cyprus, Czech Republic and Romanian Cultural Forums, Sardar Patel Forum and a powerful award function were the parts of GFFN. Fashion shows by Asian School of Fashion And Design, Musical recital by Pakistani singer Shabbir Hussain, Pianoist Gurbani Bhatia and Bollywood songs by Arun Bakshi were the highlights of the evenings.


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