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IFFI 10: Paa, 3 Idiots in Indian Panorama list

Bollywood hits, Paa, 3 Idiots and Tere Bin Laden, are among the 26 feature films selected for the Indian Panorama section of this year's International Film Festival of India, starting next month in Goa.

bollywood Updated: Oct 17, 2010 16:16 IST
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N Chandra

Bollywood hits, Paa, 3 Idiots and Tere Bin Laden, are among the 26 feature films selected for the Indian Panorama section of this year's International Film Festival of India, starting next month in Goa.

The feature films were chosen by a 10-member jury headed by filmmaker N Chandra after previewing 140 movies.

The festival will be held from November 22 to December 2. The inauguration of Indian Panorama will be on November 23.

The other Hindi films in the features section are I Am Kalam and Wake Up Sid. The list also has four Malayalam films -- Mummy & Me, Makaramanju, Kaal Chilambu and Elektra -- four Bengali movies -- Achin Paakhi, PaaAbohomaan, Moner Manush, Ami Aadu -- and four Marathi films -- Pail Te Sumbaran, Jhing Chik Jhing, Vihir, Mee Sindhutai Sapkal.

English film Just Another Love Story, Kannada films Kanasemba Kudureyaneri, Aidu Ondola Aidu and Shabari, Tamil movies Athma Kadha, Angadi Theru and Raavanan, Telugu film Prasthanam and Oriya movie Swayamsiddha complete the line-up.

Besides these, a five-member jury headed by Siddharth Kak selected the 19 films in the non-feature films category.

The films are Incurable India, Leaving Home, Motorbike, My Daddy Strongest, Surang, Going The Distance, Mr India, Kal, Dhruva Natchathiram, Seshasha, Numit Tadri, Rupban, Journey to Nagaland, Germ, Achtung Baby, Courtroom Nautanki, The Victims, Aval and Shyam Raat Seher.

National Award-winning best non-feature Films of 2008 and 2009 -- AFSPA 1958 and The Postman – are the other two movies which have gained direct entry into the non-feature films list of Indian Panorama, an Information and Broadcasting Ministry release said.