In a message, he expressed happiness on India’s participation as ‘nation of honour’ at the Marche du Films held alongside the Cannes Film competition

In a message, he expressed happiness on India’s participation as ‘nation of honour’ at the Marche du Films held alongside the Cannes Film competition

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday mentioned India has so much of tales to be explored and requested worldwide filmmakers to profit from the seamless potentialities to make motion pictures in the nation.

In a message, he expressed happiness on India’s participation as ‘nation of honour’ at the Marche du Films held alongside the Cannes Film competition.

“As India celebrates its seventy fifth yr of Independence, the seventy fifth anniversary of Cannes Film Festival in addition to 75 years of Indo-French diplomatic ties improve the delight and pleasure related to the momentous milestones,” Modi mentioned.

He famous India was the largest movie producing nation in the world with wealthy heritage and cultural range being its strengths.

“We have so much of tales to be explored. India actually possesses immense potential to become the content hub of the world,” Modi mentioned.

He mentioned the authorities was steadfast in its efforts in direction of furthering ease of doing enterprise in the movie sector.

“From facilitating worldwide movie co-productions, to making certain a single window clearance mechanism for permissions for filming throughout the nation, India presents seamless potentialities to filmmakers of the world,” Modi mentioned.

“Our spellbinding areas, technological prowess in movie making and expertise of younger women and men present an ideal backdrop for movie makers,” he mentioned.

Modi mentioned it was heartening to observe {that a} Satyajit Ray movie has been restored for screening in the Cannes Classic Section as India celebrates the beginning centenary of the legendary filmmaker.

He famous that startups from India will showcase their strengths at the Cannes Film Festival. He mentioned the India Pavilion will show aspects of Indian cinema and promote worldwide partnerships and learnings.

As a significant spotlight of India’s participation at this version of Cannes Film Festival, world premier of “Rocketry”, produced by R Madhavan, is scheduled to be showcased at the Palais des Festivals of the market screening on May 19.

Information & Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur is main the Indian delegation, comprising high personalities from the leisure sector, to Cannes.

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