IFFI 2007: Day 8 - Pics by Rajtilak Naik - Nov 30

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Pics by Rajtilak Naik in Panaji

November 30, 2007 (11-15 pm)

An artist creating rangoli during the film star portrait rangoli competition in the ESG building at Panaji on Friday

The busy Inox courtyard in Panaji

Georgian actor Badri jachvliani and director Soso Jachvliani

The Nagra 3, POH 6609025 displayed in the 'Behind the Frames' exhibition at Panaji. This 45-year-old sound apparatus was used especially for location recording

Chief minister Digambar Kamat presenting award to the joint winners of the '25 frames' short film making contest, Siddhesh Borkar and Shivram Narayanan at Panaji on Friday. Also seen are Marathi actor Aditi Deshpande, film director Sameer Hanchate, director of art and culture Prasad Lolienkar and Shetye of Vinsan Graphics

French film-maker Florent Emilio Siri at a press conference in Panaji

Producer and actor of the Marathi film 'Mai Baap' Aditi Deshpande speaking during the presentation of the film in Inox at Panaji on Friday. Also seen is director of the film Gajendra Ahire

Director of the film 'The Last Lear' Rituparno Ghosh speaking at the premiere of the film along with actor Shefali Shah, Divya Dutta and producer Shubho Bhattacharjee at Inox in Panaji on Friday

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