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9 Feature Films You Must Watch At IFFI Goa’s Indian Panorama Section

IFFI to promote Indian Films along with India’s rich culture and heritage with the help of cinematic art. Some of these film are the must watch about india panorama .




The upcoming edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) will screen 25 feature films and 20 non-feature films in its flagship component of Indian Panorama.
'Aattam', the opening film for Indian Panorama 2023, revolves around a theatre group with a lone woman member who faces sexual abuse and how the group reacts and the changes in the reaction as the movie progresses.
Tamil film Viduthalai Part 1 is known for its action-packed storyline and powerful performances, making it a commercial success at the box office. It also received critical acclaim for its portrayal of social issues and political themes, making it a significant contribution to Tamil cinema.
‘Vadh' by director Jaspal Singh Sandhu was lauded for edge-of-the-seat narrative and powerful performances.
'The Vaccine War' offered a gripping premise - to show India as the saviour of the world during the Covid-19 pandemic that killed thousands of people globally.
Director Sudhanshu Saria's film 'Sanaa’ was about a relationship drama about a determined and ruthless woman (Radhika) who is fighting an internal battle due to unresolved trauma.
Ganesh Raj's film Pookkaalam was based on a hundred years old couple and came across as a feel-good family entertainer.
Malayalam film, 'Nna Thaan Case Kodu' ('Sue Me') was lauded as it talked about the helplessness of the common man.
Director Kaushik Ganguly’s Ardhangini is another feature films selected in the Indian Panorama 2023, and should be watched.
Through ‘Kantara’ Rishab Shetty gave viewers an original story that was rooted in Indian culture and mythology and was a beautiful mix of thrill, action and mythology.
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