Women Empowerment and Films discussed at 11th Global Film Festival, Noida
It is responsibility of every man to respect women, whether her brother or friend, husband or colleague, and this trend should be initiated by every person from their home and only women who can teach her son to respect women said by N.Tiwari, Director of the Federation of Western India Cine Employee, on the occasion of 11th Global Film Festival in Marwah Studios. Further, he said women-based films are more produced in Bollywood, Mother India to Pink there has been a lot of change in Hindi cinema and that change also seen in society. On this occasion, High Commissioner of Romania Radu Octavian Dobre, High Commissioner of Slovenia Jozef Drofenik, High Commissioner of Lesotho, Bothata Tsikoane, Producer Shridhar Chari, Director Rajendra Parsekar, Gangakeshwar Lal Srivastava, Ashok Dubey and Armaan Agarwal from Federation of Western India Cine Employees attended the event.
Radu Octavian Dobre said that I love Indian films, especially in films in which a radical form of a woman appears. Jozef Drofenik said that I always get a special happiness in Marwah Studios because seeing the energy of Sandeep Marwah and his students is really appreciable. Bothata Tsikoane said that Indian films are very liked in our country; especially the strong role of Indian women-based films.
Sandeep Marwah said that I feel very great after listening to everyone’s thoughts on the subject of women’s empowerment and Indian cinema. There is so much impact of the Hindi films on the peoples from Madhubala to Alia, if you talk about mother, from Nirupa Roy to Rima Lagoo, and working women, then all the faces from Vidya Sinha to Vidya Balan would appear in front of our eyes. In a single sentence, without the women, the film is incomplete. Aparna Agarwal said I believe women are the backbone of men. On this occasion, Producer Sridhar Chari said that women are doing well in every field, and I feel very proud to have the opportunity to honour such special women’s. Screening of many films on the second day of the ceremony such as Kag Pant, Skin of Marble, Banarasi Jasoos and No Mind.