FWICE opposes ‘Chello Show’ Oscar entry, says it can’t be called Indian

On behalf of FWICE, BN Tiwari said that “we want the films to be re-selected and the current jury panel, a new panel to be selected in their place.”

FWICE opposes ‘Boy Show’ Oscar entry

Famous filmmaker Nalin Kumar Pandya aka Pan Nalin’s film was released a few days ago. ‘Cello show‘Gujarati was well liked by the audience. The movie initially made a lot of headlines because of the storyline. But this film is again in discussion. But this time the film is in discussion as it has been selected for Oscar. However, the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) objected to the film being selected for the Oscars.

FWICE president BN Tiwari told Indian Times, ‚ÄúThis film is not an Indian film and the selection process of this film is not correct. There were many Indian films like ‘RRR’ and ‘The Kashmir File’ but the jury chose a foreign film for ‘Oscar’. This film is now bought by Siddharth Roy Kapur.

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On behalf of FWICE, BN Tiwari said that “We want the films to be re-selected and a new panel should be selected to replace the existing jury panel. Because the new panel has many people who have been on the committee for many years and they We don’t see most of the films that are decided and voted for. If such a film goes to the Oscars, it will tarnish the image of the Indian film industry, known as an industry that makes more films.”

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Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur will be requested

After the press conference, Tiwari also said that he wanted to inform the Information and Broadcasting Minister about this. Anurag Tagore Close to critical acclaim across the world, ‘Chhelo Show’ has beaten SS Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’ and Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ in the race to become the country’s official contender in the Best Foreign Film category. This Gujarati film can be called a partially autobiographical drama. which tells the story of a nine-year-old boy.

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