Jacqueline Fernandez will walk the red carpet

Cannes 2024: Jacqueliene Fernandez To Walk The Red Carpet

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Mumbai (Maharashtra):

Actress Jacqueline Fernandez is all set to make her appearance at the ongoing Cannes Film Festival.

Looking forward to walking the red carpet, Jacqueline said, “I’m excited to be at the Cannes Film Festival again this year, this time in collaboration with BMW, and I can’t wait. It feels great to represent the Southeast Asian diaspora here. Globally, and on the prestigious red carpet. It’s an honor to walk where many veterans have already walked.”

Meanwhile, India Pavilion was inaugurated at the festival on Wednesday.

India’s Ambassador to France, Javed Ashraf, along with Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Sanjay Jaju, attended the event while representing the country.

The prestigious Cannes Film Festival is organized annually by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, India’s participation is led by the National Film Development Corporation as the nodal agency and FICCI as the industry partner.

The pavilion symbolizes India’s continued commitment to showcase India’s rich cinematic heritage and foster international collaboration with the global film fraternity. Several states/UTs like Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra are representing India at the Cannes Film Market this year.

Tholoana Rose Ncheke, President, National Film and Video Foundation, South Africa, Director of Film Department Christian Jeun, Deputy General Delegate of Cannes Film Festival and filmmaker Richie Mehta were also present at the inauguration of the India Pavilion.

Speaking at the inauguration, Sanjay Jaju said, “More Indian projects for the Cannes official selection this year, each one in the competition in an uncertain context, is a plus and I also acknowledge that both these projects are beneficiaries of the support they have received from the government in terms of incentives as well as official flagship products.”

“The Bharat Pavilion here will serve as a hub for networking, collaboration, promotion of Indian cinema globally. We want to foster greater collaboration between the Indian audio-visual industry and its international counterparts, which will increase visibility and accessibility. Indian cinema to the world and to enhance the country’s soft touch.” fulfilling the national mission of using force,” added the secretary.

Richie Mehta also shared his thoughts on the festival. “This is a momentous occasion for Indian cinema. For me personally, I wouldn’t have a career if it wasn’t for the film festival community. Festivals have helped open up my career. It’s a real honor to be a part of this inauguration,” Richie Mehta said. Mehta said.

“India’s philosophical contributions, thoughts and ideas are attracting worldwide attention, geopolitically and economically. In a multipolar world of great uncertainty, its role is important as we emerge from the existing international order. All these aspects are interconnected, so abroad, especially in cinema It becomes important for us to have more presence,” Javed Ashraf said.

For the first time, the country will host the Bharat Parva at the Cannes Film Festival to interact with film celebrities, filmmakers, directors, producers, buyers and sales agents from around the world and showcase its rich bank of creative opportunities and creativity. talent

The official poster and trailer of the 55th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) to be held in Goa from November 20 to 28 will also be unveiled at Bharat Parv.

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