Indian film festival begins

Indian film festival beg

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December 6, 2009 22:40

 
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An Indian Film Festival begins tomorrow night at the cinematheques of Haifa, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Rosh Pina. Anupam Kher, the actor who stars in the film Wednesday, a slice-of-life look at one afternoon in Mumbai, will attend screenings of that film. Amol Pelakar, the director of the period drama Eternity, will also attend the festival. In addition, three other recent films will be shown, as well as one classic, the 1951 noir film Baazai, directed by Guru Dutt. The festival runs until December 26.

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