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Inter-college Drama Fest Dept of English

Sunday, February 24, the final day of Rushes National Film Festival (RNFF), saw many short films like Daag, Mirchi Cafe, Nazreen, Yeh Jungle Hamara and Afterbirth all of them quite unique and dealing with important social issues screened.The day also saw Kannada priducer Munirathna Naidu screening the trailer of is next film Kurukshetra an epic mythological war film based on the poem of Gadhayuddha by Ranna. “The Kannada film industry has made a 3D film on Mahabharata for the first time, which a proud moment for the industry,” said Naidu. He encouraged the students of st Jospeh’s College (Autonomous) to dream big and leave behind a great impact with their work.

He also urged the students to aspire be a good storywriter first and then a director, because the industry does not have too many of the former. The event ended with the awarding of the prizes for Watcho a filmmaking challenge wherein youngsters had to make a film from scratch within 24 hours. The winners of were Mirchi Cafe by Mehkansh Kathuria, Wave by Dishant Soni and Khilauna by Sriramm SG.


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