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A. R. Rahman Attends 10th NFDC Film Bazaar Day 3 To Discuss His Vande Mataram

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“NFDC Film Bazaar is a very interesting place. I felt very good attending the Bazaar last time, and so we decided to premiere the experience here,” said AR Rahman at the Film Bazaar, 2016.

When I came to the Bazaar a few years ago with Fandry, it opened up so many avenues for me. Mr. Shyam Benegal and many other filmmakers saw my film, which created so many opportunities. It’s a very important platform” said Sairat director Nagraj Manjule~
What is exciting about Film Bazaar is that it has given a platform to original voices. For me, Film Bazaar is one of the most important initiatives for the filmmakers, and I am very sure that this is the place where we will find our future filmmakers” said Aanand L Rai

“Also ,what is more exciting about Film Bazaar I see many films here in Viewing room and get to know different perspectives of Business level, and last but not least – Saw Two lovely Films in Qube 2 one of which is BILLION COLOR SMILE by Satish Kaushik and KAGAJ KI KASHTI which is lovely Biopic of JAGJIT SINGH JI and well presented by Brahamand Singh” Short Film maker Priyanka Raina Adds

 
“I’d like to thank NFDC Film Bazaar for giving me the opportunity to elaborate on virtual reality and the extent of its potential,” said Avinash Changa, CEO, WeMakeVR, who presented on ‘Technology In Storytelling for Cinema’ and spoke at length about the various possible uses of virtual reality technology, ranging from immersive film experiences to travel to therapy~
he revered A. R. Rahman graced the third day of

the

10th NFDC Film Bazaar 2016, and discussed in detail the process of creating the ‘Live-In-VR Experience’ of his performance of ‘Vande Mataram’ being screened at the Virtual Reality Lounge powered by Samsung GearVR in the Knowledge Series, as well as the experience of virtual reality as a whole.


“We had made the video, and we felt like NFDC Film Bazaar is a very interesting place. I felt very good attending the Bazaar last time, and so we decided to premiere the VR experience here,” he said.

Moderated by producer, director and author Nasreen Munni Kabir, it was a highly interactive session where Rahman and the audience shared their opinions on the technology of the future. The Virtual Reality Lounge has received overwhelming attention at Film Bazaar 2016, with Chris Milk’s films enjoying a special popularity, including his animated film ‘Evolution of Verse

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