Shah Rukh Khan Will Attend Beijing Film Festival

Shah Rukh Khan Will Attend Beijing Film Festival

Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan is set to participate in the Beijing International Film Festival (BIFF), planned to be held between April 13 and April 20 here.

Legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray's great Pather Panchali and Shah Rukh's last release Zero are among the five Indian movies that have been listed to be screened amid the occasion. Zero, which likewise stars Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif, will close the film gala. Shah Rukh, alongside Bajrangi Bhaijaan director Kabir Khan, is due to take part in 'China-India Film Cooperation Dialog.’ China has raised as a huge market for Indian movies as of late, with Aamir Khan's Dangal, Salman Khan-starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Irrfan Khan's Hindi Medium doing well in the nation. Thriller movie Andhadhun, which released in the country on April 3, has effectively crossed the Rs 100 crore mark at the China film industry. As indicated by BIFF, the exchange of dialogue segment looks for ways for the common advancement of Chinese and Indian movies and, makes more open doors for further reinforcing film collaboration between the two neighbours.

The board will likewise highlight a portion of the Chinese movie identities, including Wen Muye, executive and screenwriter of Chinese film Dying to Survive. The film depicts the battle of a malignant growth understanding who utilises carried Indian medications as they are moderately contrasted with the very costly prescriptions. Different movies to be screened under BRI nations classification incorporate two of Ray's greatest work – Apur Sansar and Aparajito, romcom Love per Square Foot and thriller Ittefaq. Bollywood motion picture Sir, which debuted at Cannes Film Festival 2018, will likewise be screened independently. It is huge that China has incorporated the Indian films clubbing them alongside those from the BRI nations in front of the current month's second Belt and Road Forum (BRF) which is probably going to be boycotted by New Delhi.

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