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BOMBAY TALKIES gets standing ovation at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

May 30, 2013 07:36:18 PM IST
By Glamsham Editorial
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The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne came to a spectacular close with a primarily 600 strong audience giving a standing ovation to the closing night film - BOMBAY TALKIES!

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"We could not have wished for a better closing night movie than BOMBAY TALKIES, making its Australian debut only three days after receiving a gala screening in Cannes. The response to the screening has been beyond expectation," said IFFM festival director Mitu Bhowmick Lange.

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An anthology of four short films by four of India's most exciting directors - Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar and Karan Johar - was the icing on the cake for the festival's own celebrations of 100 years of Indian cinema, and the packed audience ate it up.

Following a long standing ovation, Aussies could be heard singing the BOMBAY TALKIES song on their way out.


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