‘Chitra Bharti Filmotsav-22’  in Bhopal from Feb 18-20

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‘Chitra Bharti Filmotsav-22’  in Bhopal from Feb 18-20

Friday, 09 April 2021 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

The ‘Chitra Bharti Filmotsav-2022’ will be held in Bhopal.

Eminent filmmakers and artists will be in Bhopal for three days on the fourth National Film Festival of Indian cinema which will be held on February 18-20, 2022.

The prestigious 'Chitra Bharti Filmotsav-2022 (CBFF-2022)' of Indian Chitra Sadhana is being organized from 18 to 20 February 2022 in Bhopal. This is the fourth edition of the National Film Festival of the Indian Chitra Sadhana.

This three-day film festival held in Bhopal, reputed as the cultural capital, will bring eminent filmmakers and artists from across the country to guide the new generation in the field of filmmaking.

On this occasion, films in various categories will also be awarded. 'CBFF-2022'. It was announced by well-known actress and MP Hema Malini in Delhi on 17 March last month. An Organizing Committee has been constituted for the fourth edition of CBFF-2022 to be held in Bhopal, headed by Dilip Suryavanshi and Secretary Social Worker Amitabh Soni.

It is noteworthy that Bharatiya Chitra Sadhana is a dedicated organization working for Indian thought in the field of film. Its National President Prof. BK is Kuthiala. This organization organizes 'Chitra Bharti Filmotsav' every two years at the national level.

Atul Gangwar while talking to the media said that it is important for Madhya Pradesh that CBFF is returning to this state after a gap of six years. This prestigious film festival of Chitra Bharti has started from the land of Madhya Pradesh.

It was first held in the year 2016 in the state's multi-cultural and commercial center Indore. In 2016, celebrities like Rajpal Yadav, Manoj Tiwari, Madhur Bhandarkar, KV Vijayendra Prasad shared their experiences with the participants and the audience.

Films on 10 subjects in various categories are invited for CBFF-2022. Indian filmmakers can send their films from September 1 to November 30, 2021.

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