‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ to be screened at IFFM
The critically acclaimed movie ‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ will be among the 50 movies to be screened at the fifth Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) which will be held from August 11 till August 21.
This year’s edition has the theme of women empowerment and will screen movies in 17 different languages. Leena Yadav-directed film ‘Parched’ will be the opening film, while Pan Nalin’s ‘Angry Indian Goddesses‘ has been announced as the closing film of the festival.
Also, since the festival will be held during Independence Day, it will feature a flag hoisting event by Bollywood star Rishi Kapoor, a special awards night, and a Q&A session with festival guests like Vidya Balan and Richa Chadha. A Bollywood dance competition, a charity initiative event would also be part of this year’s festival.
IFFM has been dubbed as an important Indian cultural event for Melbourne drawing over 35000 attendees last year.