Malayalam Film Festival in Bengaluru from Friday

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Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy (KCA) to promote the plural culture of the country is all set to host a three-day Malayalam Film Festival in Bengaluru from Friday.

KCA in association with the Department of Information and Public Relations and Kerala State Chalanachitra Academy will also screen Kannada films at Tiruvanatapuram for three days from August 26 to 28.

According to S.V. Rajendra Singh Babu, chairman KCA, it is an unique effort to exchange rich culture of both the States. KCA earlier screened cream of Kannada films in New Delhi, Kolkota, Chennai, besides screening landmark Bengali films in Bengaluru.

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