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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 presents #CampusConnect02 at Shyam Lal College FILMMAKING WORKSHOP - Attend a workshop at on the basics and essentials of filmmaking to give you a better understanding of the process before you participate in our filmmaking challenge. 24 HOUR FILMMAKING CHALLENGE - Make a short film in 24 hours and get a chance to win exciting goodies and direct entry to Limited seats 🔥 Register now at Link #IndiaFilmProject2020 #CampusConnect02 #HeloIFP2020 #slc
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 #MovieReview: Next time when you look at yourself in the mirror, take a pause and regard your features that you have so nonchalantly taken for granted. Look at your eyes that crinkle when you laugh and the mouth that curves into a self-satisfied smirk. What makes you, You? Now, imagine yourself without any of that. Are you the same person or do you feel diminished? Meghna Gulzar's semi-biographical film Chhapaak addresses a social issue that is as vile as it is infuriating. Based on the life of acid-attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal, the film takes you through the harrowing, yet awe-inspiring journey of a young woman named Malti who tries to get her life back after the incident.⠀ ⠀ What works: ⠀ ⠀ - Through a tight screenplay, Gulzar touches upon a myriad of unseen problems that acid-attack survivors face in society. From unforgiving stares to ridicule to being denied even a semblance of justice, they are failed at every walk of their lives and for no fault of their own. ⠀ ⠀ - Deepika Padukone makes you invest not in her but in the strong personality of Malti who comes to terms with her new face as she fights to amend a law that would make sure that such a crime isn't repeated. Vikrant Massey is flawless as a fervent activist, fighting for the rehabilitation of acid-attack survivors. ⠀ ⠀ - Chhapaak's gaze doesn't just fall on the emotional aspect of the crime. It also brings to fore the deep-rooted patriarchy that sees women as a subject of its whim. As Vikrant's character rightly says - "Acid corrodes a person's mind first, before it even reaches their hands..." ⠀ ⠀ What doesn't work: ⠀ ⠀ - The romantic aspect between Vikrant and Deepika may feel unnecessary to some. However, it adds value in the sense that it shows how an acid-attack survivor can still return to normalcy. ⠀ ⠀ Verdict: Chhapaak is perhaps Deepika's most moving character so far. The film is not an easy watch due to the heinous nature of the crime but it's well worth our attention.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 This #CharacterCanvas was posted on the IFP app by Maruthi Kumar. Ved is a potential abuser. When I watched Tamasha for the first time, I was surprised at how comfortable lmtiaz Ali was with his storytelling. It was as if he didn't give a damn about solving the usual girl-boy conflict every other movie in a similar genre would do. There was drama here as well, but it was about passion. 'Dil Aur dimaag ke beech' as Ved, the central character in the movie, would call it. It was, nonetheless, amazing to watch. The movie ends with Ved tracking down Tara and, in a funny sequence, tells her he's back as Don (or Don 2). The Ved she had fallen in love with. Only after multiple viewings would you realize Don is just an excuse for Ved to let loose and become someone else, an alter-ego, who would replace the otherwise paranoid and restricted Ved. The movie ending suggests us that Ved is now a completely changed person and he's doing what he loves. But does he? The beautiful scene that happens amidst the Wat Wat song where he suddenly breaks into his gyaan mode and rhymes vaisa, paisa, jaisa, you realize he suddenly begins to hate the system and blames it, while it was his fault all along. He first blames his father, his manager, and finally Tara for all the mistakes he has made. But, of course, we wouldn't get it because we see his perspective. Even in the climax when he meets the old man from his village, he shouts at the old man for not knowing the ending of his story. He still seeks validation. He is not mature enough to take his own decisions. This makes me wonder what would happen if Ved is confronted with a more serious problem in his profession, ultimately when people are tired of watching his plays, or if his career starts to fall apart? I don't think there's a happily ever after in this movie, but I think lmtiaz Ali wouldn't want it either. Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite characters!
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 This #DecodingTheSong was posted on the IFP app by Urvish Mehta (@urvishmehta9).⠀ ⠀ "Muskurane ki wajah" operates at an intersection of pain and love, rather than being an intervening interlude. It is a failed attempt at being able to draw curtains between eras of suffering and moments of rejoice, and ineptitude of pigeonholing half smiles from bouts of laughter. ⠀ ⠀ "0 re lamhe, to kahin mat jaa. Ho sake toh umra bhar tham jaa. ⠀ Jiyaa jaaye naa, jaaye naa, 0 re piyaa re." ⠀ ⠀ Sometimes, when hardships and happiness manifest together, strangely, one often becomes a source for another. Blurred lines become the order of the day. We wait for the moment to pass, yet are reluctant to let it go, since dark clouds bring with them visuals of a silver lining. It is a state of indescribable dichotomy, of helplessness and hope, with no factor clearly overriding the other. ⠀ ⠀ "Dhoop aaye toh, chhaanv turn laana⠀ Khwahishon ki baarishon mein ⠀ Bheeg sang jaana." ⠀ ⠀ There are situations in life when half promises are more assuring than watertight definitives. A smile in times of adversity refreshes more than it energises. When the present seems unfair, it is better to live in tomorrows. ⠀ ⠀ "Jo mile usme kaat lenge hum. ⠀ Thodi khushiyaan thode aansu baant lenge hum" ⠀ ⠀ Bonds which have endured struggle often outlast those which have only seen the sunny days. Pain often exposes vulnerabilities, which often unconsciously get masked. ⠀ ⠀ "Muskurane ki wajah" is just more than a longing or a prayer for better days. It is an earnest promise to hold hands, when the feet have no firm grounds to stand on. ⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite songs.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 This #DecodingTheSong was posted on the IFP app by Priyakshi Sharma (@priyakshi2.0)⠀ ⠀ When Kundan sees Jasjit lying lifeless, he's overcome by a nauseating sense of guilt. He is convinced that in a way, he is Jasjit's murderer. So he goes on a search for forgiveness from the divine. Gurudwara, Masjid, Ganga Ghat - he reaches out for every thing marked sacred. ⠀ ⠀ Piya Milenge is his song for salvation; it is a song about introspection, and the need to look for all the answers within. 'Piya' here refers to both Zoya's now dead lover, and the world's precious beloved: God. ⠀ ⠀ "jisko dhoonde bahar bahar, woh baitha hain bheetar chhupke Tere andar ek samandar, kyun dhoonde tupke tupke" ⠀ ⠀ Jasjit's death comes like a slap on the face for Kundan. His obssession with Zoya has cost him a life, and Zoya her love. She was almost married to Jasjit; but almost is never good enough. Kundan had lost all hopes in life, but out of his guilt, he gets a new purpose in life: redemption. They are reassured that God is by their side, throughout it all. All they need to have is unwavering faith. ⠀ ⠀ "paa ke khona, kho ke paana hota aaya re, Sangg saathi saa hain woh to, woh hain saaya re" ⠀ ⠀ On being nudged by a kind stranger on Ganga Ghat, Kundan forgoes his instinct to seek respite in the feet of God, and instead, reaches into his soul, to find the courage to face Zoya and be by her side. While the world washes away its sins in a river, Kundan is looking for the light within. This light, is accessible only if he surrenders. ⠀ ⠀ "jo hain dekha, wohi dekha toh kya dekha hain dekho woh jo auro ne kabhi dekha hain naino se naa aisa kuch dekha jaata hain naina meecho toh sab dikh jaata hain" ⠀ ⠀ Piya Milenge calls for a spiritual transformation, which goes beyond the tangible and physical. Call it forgiveness, call it acceptance, call it faith: Zoya and Kundan, are in a way, trying to be closer to a love that they have both lost. ⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to start writing about your favourite songs.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 This #CharacterCanvas was posted on the IFP app by Shaheen Anjum. Sudha is strong, conscientious, patient, emotionally mature and respects herself. She loves her husband and is devoted to him, accepts his past and understands her husband's love for another woman (Maya) and give him time to forget her. She also sympathizes with Maya's situation for loving someone but not being able to be with him. But her love isn't blind and her patience has a limit. When She senses something foul in their relationship she doesn't let that pass away silently or make speculations instead she talks about it to him. And when time comes where she realizes that staying in dysfunctional relationship will cost everyone, she takes the biggest step that too not out of impulsiveness but due to her conscientious nature and self respect. She is also independent, not just because she makes her own living by working as a teacher but in her thoughts as well. The feeling of what would happen to her or how will she spend her life without the one she loves doesn't hold her back and rather pondering over what has happened and will happen, she accepts the situation and look out for other opportunities and other ways of living life. Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite characters.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 This #DecodingTheSong was posted on the IFP app by Amrin Saiyed (@amriinnn)⠀ ⠀ Veera's family is doing all in their power to find her, though it is evident that they are a tad bit more concerned about their status. But here's the catch, amidst the chaos that ensues, Veera is the last person to give a damn. And that's when the beautiful number begins. An upbeat number with a Sufi charm, A.R Rahman never disappoints with his music and the soulful yet energetic voices of Nooran sisters only add to it.⠀ ⠀ The song is symbolic of liberation & rediscovery all at once. And though, given the trauma that Veera's fragile heart has carried for years can't go away in an instant, the moment she confides to Mahabir is the beginning of chain of events. Irshad Kamil take a bow ! you are certainly unparalleled when it comes to magically weaving the words.⠀ ⠀ This song has got a soulful vibe that captures Veera tasting freedom quite literally after years of being bound by the shackles of "tameez" & "duniyadaari". She wants to rediscover everything and live it all once again with this new found zeal.⠀ ⠀ "O Jugni o, Patakha guddi o,⠀ Nashe mein ud jaaye re haaye re⠀ Sajje khabbe dhabbe killi ho"⠀ ⠀ She has finally begin to take it all in and is falling in love with both the journey and herself. She starts enjoying random little things & finds solace in them, whether its feeling the grass below the feet or idly lying by the roadside.⠀ ⠀ "Tu toh paak rab da baanka bachha,⠀ Raj dulara tu hi,⠀ Paak rab da baanka bachha,⠀ Uska pyaara tu hi"⠀ ⠀ lmtiyaz Ali has brilliantly managed to capture Veera's rebirth in this song. ⠀ ⠀ "Saayin re... Sai Re..⠀ Maine to tere tere, utte chhaddiyan doriyaan.."⠀ ⠀ She is living to the fullest and more importantly is in the present. She has finally managed to leave her past behind and isn't sure what future holds for her and Mahabir. But as of now, she wants to live it all for herself. After all, letting go is the key to connect with one's self. ⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite songs.
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आपका करियर,आपका प्यार और इसमें होती कॉमेडी पेश है कम्बख्त करियर का पहला एपिसोड.. आपकी जिंदगी से जुडी हुई सच्ची और फनी कहानी.. देख के कमेंट करना जरूर जो पार्ट सबसे मज़ेदार लगा हो और नेक्स्ट एपिसोड कब देखना चाहोगे जरूर बताना 😂😂🙏 सारे वीडियो Helo पे ही मिलेंगे♥#HoldYourLaughter #KAMBAKHT CAREER #standuppriyeshsinha #IndiaFilmProject2020
आपका करियर,आपका प्यार और इसमें होती कॉमेडी 
पेश है कम्बख्त करियर का पहला एपिसोड.. आपकी जिंदगी से जुडी हुई सच्ची और फनी कहानी.. देख के कमेंट करना जरूर जो पार्ट सबसे मज़ेदार लगा हो और नेक्स्ट एपिसोड कब देखना चाहोगे जरूर बताना 😂😂🙏
सारे वीडियो Helo पे ही मिलेंगे♥️#HoldYourLaughter #KAMBAKHT CAREER #standuppriyeshsinha  #IndiaFilmProject2020
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 It's #1YearOfMCSher and we're officially in the Age of Bromance, where we're not afraid to celebrate the deep, platonic love between the male characters in our films. This #ValentinesDay, we celebrate this bromance character trope that has made us laugh and cry over the years, with one in particular from exactly a year ago - MC Sher from Gully Boy, written by Parvathy Madhu (@paro.__) "In every movie there are characters that stand out and leave a mark on our hearts. In Gully Boy, it's MC Sher. Maybe what sets him apart or what makes him often overshadow Murad is his integrity and his love for his friend. We have seen many movies being tributes to bromances, celebrating brotherhood in a larger than life way, but Gully Boy pays a nuanced, subtle tribute to bromance that is layered through the narrative. If you want to know what makes MC Sher such a phenomenal friend is the joy that comes on his face when they say that Murad advanced to the finals while he himself could not make it. In that scene, rather than being sad that he couldn't, he was proud and happy that Murad could. Maybe that's what elevates him. That he could find joy, happiness in knowing that someone else made it, that his friend is one step closer to achieving his dream. Maybe it's because MC Sher realizes that in a world where everyone is struggling to survive, a friend can go a long way, and maybe all we need to do is someone to hold our hand and stay strong with us. We need more people like MC Sher, people who are there for their friend, people who stick with us through thick and thin, people who understand us and support us to achieve our dreams. If there is one thing about the movie that I love the most, it's that beautiful friendship of MC Sher and Gully Boy. What makes it so great is the honesty that it portrays, how friends we choose can end up being our family, that very thing that helps us become a better version of ourselves." Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite characters & get featured.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 Dear Neil,⁣ ⁣⠀ ⠀ The first time I heard you say "I'll do my best, sir", it gave me hope. Your broad smile before the principal of Welton and your father still flashes like the ripple in the water when rays of sun fall over it. The way you befriended an introvert, or I should say 'a boy who fears the cruelty of this world' is commendable. I am talking about Todd Anderson, the only real person in your world of factitious values.⁣ ⁣ ⠀ Can't blame your father for cutting you off from all the co-curricular activities. He wanted you to become the best. I agree that his way didn't coincide with yours, and rightfully so as no child in history has ever agreed with their parents. Generation gap I suppose! After all, every parent wants the best for their child. You are the first to grasp the essence of Mr. Keating's teaching as you understood that his way is 'different' even when other students were claiming it to be spooky and weird. You're the most courageous one to restart the 'Dead Poets Society' club. You became an instant favourite.⁣ ⁣ ⠀ ⠀ I must say that you were the appropriate cast for the role of Puck, as you were the naughtiest of them all. Defying your father takes immense courage, you showed that too and also how to live a character. I am happy for you as you chose your dreams over your father's wishes. But your father was too harsh to withdraw you from Welton. He didn't understand your feelings. But you have to understand that your mother was helpless too and believe me, you tried your best. ⁣⁣ ⠀ ⠀ I'm no one to say that you're not right in ending your life for I could only imagine what you have suffered. Patriarchy killed juvenile dreams at last. It broke me into pieces, Neil. The moment you killed yourself, I was shattered.⁣ ⁣But, you lived your dreams even if it was momentary. You lived up to the words of Mr. Keating. The only thing he missed is your face among the numerous faces standing tall exclaiming "O captain, my captain!" Hope you are fine. ⠀ ⠀ Love, ⠀ Priyanka⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write letters to your favorite characters.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 This #PausedOnPurpose was posted on the IFP app by Paurush Kumar.⠀ ⠀ "Since I thought this particular scene stands out for me this decade (yes this decade), I thought this particular speaks volumes and needs a broader audition to be reached. ⠀ ⠀ While re-watching The Sky is Pink, I came across this specific scene towards the last 30 minutes of the movie, and it was something never attempted in the Hindi cinema. After Aisha's death(Not a Spoiler), Niren (Farhan) enters Ishaan's room, where he finds him on the bed sitting motionless. Then Niren sits next to him and breaks down in his son's arms, and both father and son share their moment of sadness, grieving on the death of their sister and daughter, respectively. This scene was very heartbreaking and yet felt so personal. ⠀ ⠀ In the end, there is nothing like the grief that brings the family together. Moreover, the characters shed the 'Mard ko Dard Nahi Hota' image and portray them as vulnerable as anyone else, or maybe just like one of us. Kudos to Shonali Bose for making such a heartwarming movie.❤️"⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite shows.⠀
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 This letter was posted on the IFP app by Raj Jha.⠀ ⠀ Dear Chris McCandless,⠀ ⠀ After watching and reading your biopic, everybody wants to go to Alaska following the same path you had gone through and do the same things that you did. I don't think the society understood what you wanted to tell them.⠀ ⠀ You hated to follow the definition of normalcy like getting married or having a career. All you wanted was knowledge of books and experiences of every kind to find yourself, which was the only truth, so you paraphrased Thoreau,⠀ ⠀ "Rather than love, than money, than faith, than fame, than fairness, give me truth."⠀ ⠀ Nothing bothered you, you accepted everything that came your way and learnt to enjoy the kind of life you chose rather than just focusing on how to deal with the problems. You believed, at times how important it is in life not necessarily to be strong but to feel strong and that's something you made us feel throughout your journey to Alaska and then heaven.⠀ ⠀ This crazy breed society failed to understand you and wanted to do what you did, rather than finding what their heart wants. We need you to save this whole mankind from the circle that's growing and swallowing. This society has become lonely crazy breed and wants you to come back and teach them how to live again.⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write letters to your favourite characters.⠀
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 presents #CampusConnect02 at IIT Jodhpur FILMMAKING WORKSHOP - Attend a workshop at on the basics and essentials of filmmaking to give you a better understanding of the process before you participate in our filmmaking challenge. 24 HOUR FILMMAKING CHALLENGE - Make a short film in 24 hours and get a chance to win exciting goodies and direct entry to Limited seats 🔥 Register now at Link #IndiaFilmProject2020 #CampusConnect02 #HeloIFP2020 #iitjodhpur
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 Flicktionary: This series would bring out the fun quirks of movie characters and make us look back at why we love them in the first place. Which Flicktionary card do you want to see next? Comment below!
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 There is a reason that he is one of the most iconic characters, from the one of the most iconic movies of all time. The character development that we see Michael go through is one to be beheld, analysed and studied.⠀ ⠀ An Italian war hero goes to his family in New York, where he finds himself as an outsider amongst the outlaw mafias. There was always a subliminal shelter that his elder brothers put over him, subconsciously protecting him from harm due to the family business. But little did they know how quickly will he need to break out that cocoon and become the leader of the family. ⠀ ⠀ We see little instances where we see Michael transitioning into his mafia self. When he gets ready to kill Solozzo in the diner; an act completely uncharacteristic of him. His brothers are shocked at his gall to suggest such an option, but it was maybe the shock value of the suggestion that convinces them. Before he does that, he begins to create a distance between him and his girlfriend Kay, when he responds to her "I love you." with "I know." When he kills them both, Michael is sent to the countryside, where he meets his wife. Almost when he thought everything was okay, she is killed in a blast planned for him. The loss of her death is the mould from which the Godfather begins to take shape. The losses of his brother Sonny and his father become the furnace from which his persona begins to be forged. We see his brutal personality come to full form when he orders the killings of all New York heads and competitors. ⠀ ⠀ The baptism of his daughter is almost the baptism of his other self. When finally the door closes on his wife Kay, he has become some else. He is not the soldier anymore. Nor is he the hero. He is The Godfather. ⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN THE BIO to write character canvas about your favourite characters.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 #IndiaFilmProject Luka Chhupi is a heart-wrenching conversation triggered by the unassuming walls of a grave. It is a long, achingly detailed walk of all the emotions that one goes through in the immediate aftermath of the death of a close one. Akin to a fourth shoulder carrying the coffin, it ably understanding the weight. ⠀ ⠀ No wonder, it takes on the hardest job possible – giving words to the voice of a grieving mother. The mother who would now be relentlessly chasing her child’s fading silhouettes in the dark, or trying to hold onto his disappearing impressions at home, maybe even hear his voice echoing through the pictures. The voice, that would, if it could break through the thick interiors of the grave leap onto its mother’s lap and tell tales of the other land. How that land is free from all the vices, how the sky there is never too full, or nor too big. But it has to be content. Content with curbing the most natural instinct it ever learned, that is, to rush to Mum at the first thing that’s happened. ⠀ ⠀ Luka Chhupi not only understands but also empathises with the anxiety that accompanies deaths. Each time it says, ‘’Teri Raah Take Ankhiyaan, Jaane Kaisa Kaisa Hoye Jiyaa’’, I bring a little bit of it home. This song is a piggy bank for my tears. A no-holds-barred moment of breaking down. It is hard not to care for it.⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite songs & get featured.⠀ ⠀
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 #IndiaFilmProject Sholay is my go to comfort movie. Sometimes I watch it to cry to friendship, sometimes to sob to the love and the other times to laugh at the farcical comics. But whilst sinking in the parallels with life and the movie, I often forgot the gravity of some moments.⠀ ⠀ The gravity of the coin, probably the only non two faced coin. Now that I think of it the coin was Jay himself, the coin is the chremamorphism of Jay. For me the coin portrays the Jay that the character hides, it says what the character couldn't but wanted to. It started with Jay, lived with Veeru. Experienced friendship and immature banters, the 'ghadi ghadi' drama.⠀ ⠀ The first toss decided the journey from goons to heroes. "Head jaate hai, tail no." And then started the whole journey. The coin here portrays the emotional Jay, the Jay that hid behind rug behavior, the Jay that wanted to help a village, the Jay who was moved by Thakur. The last toss ends in friendship. The Jay who would never tell Veeru the lengths of friendship, gives his life for Veeru's friendship.⠀ ⠀ "Ye dosti hum nahi todenge, todenge dam magar tera saath naa chodenge."⠀ ⠀ Jay might've passed away but he stays with Veeru in his coin.⠀ ⠀ Download the IFP app from LINK IN BIO to write about your favourite moments from films.
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#IndiaFilmProject2020 #HeloIFP2020 presents #CampusConnect02 at DGMC at Media Studies, Mumbai FILMMAKING WORKSHOP - Attend a workshop at on the basics and essentials of filmmaking to give you a better understanding of the process before you participate in our filmmaking challenge. 24 HOUR FILMMAKING CHALLENGE - Make a short film in 24 hours and get a chance to win exciting goodies and direct entry to Limited seats 🔥 Register now at Link #IndiaFilmProject2020 #CampusConnect02 #HeloIFP2020 #DGMC
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