Three Tamil films in Goa International Film Festival
The International Film Festival is to take place in Goa from November 22nd to December 2nd.
A committee consisting of ten members headed by N Chandra was formed to select Indian films to be screened for this festival. The committee had selected 26 films. They have selected three Tamil films.
They are Manirathnam’s Raavanan, director Vasanthabalan’s Angaadi Theru and director Prem Lal’s Aathma Sadha. These films will be screened in the Goa International Film Festival. Manirathnam, Vasanthabalan, Prem Lal and actors who have acted in these films will participate in this event.
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