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Manipuri film to have its world premiere at Dhaka

Imphal, Nov 1 (UNI) A Manipuri film has been selected among 15 films to be screened in the Children's Film Section, one of the important segments of the Dhaka International Film Festival.
Ahmed Muzraba Zamal, the Festival director of the Dhaka International Film Festival has communicated the selection of the film the news to director Oinam Goutam regarding.
Among the 15 films featured in the festival, one film would be chosen Best Juvenile Film Audience award by audience vote, Mr Zamal said. The award will be in the form of a certificate and a crest, he added.
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