Cannes Film Festival Shines a Spotlight on the Bharat Parv Celebration

Cannes Film Festival Shines a Spotlight on the Bharat Parv Celebration. More than 250 delegates attend the evening that showcased Indian culture, cuisine and cinema at the global platform. Poster for 55th International Film Festival of India unveiled

Cannes Film Festival Shines a Spotlight on the Bharat Parv Celebration

The 77th Cannes Film Festival, known as the premier event in the world of cinema, began just two days ago with a ten-day spectacle showcasing a blend of top-notch content and stunning glamour.

At the ongoing Cannes Film Festival, Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Mr. Sanjay Jaju, hosted the inaugural Bharat Parva event. This special evening celebrated the diverse culture, delectable cuisine, unique handicrafts of India, alongside the country’s vibrant cinema scene, at the prestigious French Riviera.

Presented by NFDC in collaboration with FICCI under the guidance of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the event was a huge hit. Delegates at Cannes were captivated by the exceptional performances and the mouthwatering fusion cuisine on display throughout the evening.

During the event, Shri. Jaju unveiled the posters for the 55th edition of IFFI and the save the date poster for the inaugural edition of World Audio Visual Entertainment Summit (WAVES) the Global Entertainment and Media Summit. The event also saw the presence of filmmakers Ashok Amritraj and Richie Mehta, singer Shaan, actor Rajpal Yadav, film veteran Bobby Bedi, among others.

Cannes Film Festival Shines a Spotlight on the Bharat Parv Celebration

Chef Varun Totlani was specially brought in to design the menu for Bharat Parv, showcasing the authentic warmth of Indian hospitality.

The event featured a performance by singer Sunanda Sharma, who sang popular Punjabi songs alongside emerging artists Pragati, Arjun, and Maahi, son of Shaan. The night concluded with a powerful rendition of ‘Maa Tujhe Salaam’, earning a resounding round of applause from the audience.

The presence of esteemed guests at Bharat Parv heightened the allure and significance of the event. A lineup of notable individuals, including actress Shobhita Dhulipala known for her captivating performances, Assamese actress Amie Barauah recognized for her work in Assamese cinema, and film critic Anupama Chopra, graced the occasion. Their participation underscored the diverse and impactful nature of Indian cinema, showcasing its growing influence on a global scale.

The event was a memorable evening, marked by the celebration of film, culture, and artistic collaboration, demonstrating India’s soft power and cultural wealth on the international stage.


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