Whistling Woods' Cinema 100 concludes with huge fanfare
June 4, 2012 01:09:11 PM IST By Glamsham Editorial
The third day of Cinema 100 - a three day mega event organized by the alumni and students of Whistling Woods International was a huge success with over 1000 participants. The closing ceremony had the timeless beauty and the quintessential dream girl, Hema Malini pouring her heart out to the audience on the journey of dance in Indian films and also renowned music director, Anu Malik sang his favorite songs that enthralled the packed auditorium.
The third day began with renowned filmmaker and critic Khalid Mohammad sharing his views on 'the social impact of Indian cinema' and showcasing a documentary made by the maestro himself. He delved in to recent developments on the social media that have completely changed the face of Indian cinema.
A thought provoking and insightful panel discussion on the vision for 'Cinema 2020' was moderated by the well-known entertainment correspondent Rajeev Masand. The panel included ad filmmaker and Hindi film director R. Balakrishnan (popularly known as R. Balki), Hindi screenwriter and director Habib Faisal, Indian film director and cinematographer Rohit Shetty and screenwriter, actor, and director Amole Gupte. They all spoke on how far they think Indian cinema has come till now and where they think it will go in the years to come