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Oct 25, 2018
2:14PM

Arunachal Pradesh: Two day Children’s Film Bonanza begins in Naharlagun today

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In Arunachal Pradesh, the two day Children’s Film Bonanza begins  in Naharlagun today. State IPR Minister Bamang Felix inaugurated the event. Internationally acclaimed film Gauru and three other films will be screened during the two day event. 


The film festival is being organized by the Children’s Film Society, India, in collaboration with Arunachal Pradesh Information and Public Relation Department. 

Rajesh Gohil, representative from the Children film society speaking to AIR has informed that the society is planning to screen such films related to children at the rural areas of the state with the help of the state IPR department.

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