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ISHQIYA selected at 10th River to River Florence Indian Film Festival

November 20, 2010 03:06:55 PM IST
Glamsham Editorial
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ISHQIYA - the thrilling love story, continues its saga of success. It gets selected in the 10th River to River Florence Indian Film Festival that will be held at Florence in Italy. The film is not only a success in India but has also received recognition worldwide. With the increasing popularity of ISHQIYA, Bollywood too is making its presence felt too the world.

ISHQIYA has also participated in Munich - International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, IFFL, Bollywood and Beyond, The Indie Fest, 34th Cairo International Film Festival and Dainik Jagran Film Festival.



Hiren Gada, Director, Shemaroo Entertainment, shares his thoughts on the occasion. "We are glad to know that our efforts are recognized worldwide. The film has travelled across the boundary of language and culture differences and has been appreciated in every festival it has participated in."

River to River, Florence Indian Film Festival is held at Florence in Italy every year. The festival had its first edition in October 2001 at the Rondō di Bacco Theatre of Palazzo Pitti in Florence. The aim of the festival is to promote only films from and about India, and it is the first Festival of this kind in the world. This year the festival is scheduled from 3rd to 9th December 2010.


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