Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne
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Samantha Akkineni on her role in The Family Man 2: 'Didn't play Raji as a villain, she was just on wrong side of history'
Samantha Akkineni has recently won the Best Actress (Series) award for her performance as Raji in The Family Man Season 2 at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2021.
Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2021: Anurag Basu wins best director for Ludo; Suriya, Vidya Balan bag acting honours
IFFM also honoured Pankaj Tripathi with the diversity in cinema award, while actor Nimisha Sajayan received an honorary mention for her film The Great Indian Kitchen.
Kabir Khan, Imtiaz Ali, Rima Das, Onir to collaborate on short film compilation, slated to premiere at IFFM 2021
The directors will work with selected filmmaking teams from Victoria, Australia, to mentor and then shoot the short films.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian Film Festival of Melbourne pushed to late October with 'compact schedule', safety guidelines
The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne is retaining the Short Film Competition and the popular dance competition but the much anticipated IFFM Awards Gala will be postponed till 2021
Karan Johar's directorial debut Kuch Kuch Hota Hai released in 1998 and won a National Award.
Vijay Sethupathi confirms collaboration with Aamir Khan on as-yet-untitled project: 'Details will be announced soon'
Reports of Vijay Sethupathi and Aamir Khan collaborating started doing the rounds last month after Aamir visitied the sets of Sethupathi's Tamil film Sanga Thamizhan.
National Awards 2019: Rima Das reacts to Bulbul Can Sing's National Award win for Best Assamese Film
Rima has earlier bagged a National Award for her 2017 film Village Rockstars .
National Awards 2019: Andhadhun wins Best Hindi Film; Sriram Raghavan says he's 'especially thrilled for Ayushmann'
Sriram Raghavan, who has accompanied his Andhadhun actress Tabu to the Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne, won the Best Director Award at National Awards.
Shah Rukh Khan to be honoured with 'Excellence in Cinema' award by Victorian Government at IIFM 2019
Shah Rukh Khan and other Bollywood film personalities will be present at the IFFM 2019.
The narrative of Bebaak suits the theme of courage in IIFM this year, making the film a good fit for the festival.
Karan Johar to hoist Indian flag at 10th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, says 'it's truly an honour'
Karan Johar will be hoisting the Indian flag at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, ahead of India's Independence day
Super Deluxe, directed by Thiagarajan Kumararaja, has been nominated in the Best Actor, Best Director and Best Film categories at the Festival
Andhadhun's helmer Sriram Raghavan has also been nominated in the Best Director category.
Shah Rukh Khan will be presented with the honour in recognition of his efforts to support underprivileged children, his unwavering dedication to the fight for women’s empowerment through MEER Foundation
Shah Rukh Khan to present Rima Das' Bulbul Can Sing as opening film at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2019
After its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival, Rima Das' Bulbul Can Sing will open Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2019
Gully Boy to be screened at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne; Zoya Akhtar says she is 'ecstatic to be invited'
After presenting Gully Boy, Zoya Akhtar will also engage in an elaborate conversation on Indian cinema with the audiences
Shah Rukh Khan will open the IFFM on 8 August along with the other festival guests and in the company of Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and festival director Mitu Bhowmick Lange.
The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir trailer: Dhanush's charlatan goes on a whirlwind tour across the globe
The Extraordinary Journey of a Fakir released in France on 18 May, 2018 and was received exceptionally well at the box office.
Dhanush's The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir wins audience award at Barcelona Sant-Jordi International Film Festival
Dhanush's The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir was showcased at both Cannes and the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne as well.