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Important to preserve human values than entairtainment in films:Nihalani

Important to preserve human values than entairtainment in films:Nihalani

Kolhapur, Feb 7 (UNI) Renowned Hindi film producer-director Govind

Nihalani on Thursday asserted that preservation of human values is

more important than entertainment in films to bring about a social

change.

Addressing inaugural function of eight-day-long 7th Kolhapur

International Film Festival (KIFF) at INOX Multiplex cinema hall in

Laxmipuri area of the city this evening, he rued that there are many

renowned producers in the film industry, who have access to modern

technology, but only few of them are aware of art of cinema.

Earlier, Hindi and Marathi senior film actress Rohini Hatgandi

inaugurated the KIFF as a chief guest and felicitated Nihalani with

prestigious 'Kalamaharshee' Baburao Painter award for his

contribution to the Hindi-Marathi film industry as a photographer,

director and producer.

Hatgandi also spoke on the occasion.

The Festival has been organised by Kalamaharshee Baburao Painter

Film Society (KBPFS), in association of the state government, Films

Division, Directorate of Film Festival, National Film Library and

All India Marathi Film Industry Corporation.

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