The 4th Bangla-India international film festival began at Delhi’s Siri Fort auditorium on Friday.
The festival was inaugurated by Shaban Mahmood, Minister (Press) at the Bangladesh High Commission in India as the chief guest.
Shaban Mahmood spoke at the discussion moderated by popular filmmaker Ashish Ranjan Das and said programme like these increase people to people contact and usher better understanding of each other.
The film festival that started in 2017 was interrupted by the pandemic for a few years.
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The three-day long film festival will showcase films from Bangladesh and West Bengal, said a media release.
Recently released popular Bangladeshi cinema Hawa will be screened on February 5.
In addition, two feature films of acclaimed director Gautam Ghose will also be screened at the festival.
Source: United News of Bangladesh