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Sarika and Jahnu Barua to head Jagran Film Festival juries this year

23-May-2016
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Sarika and Jahnu Barua to head Jagran Film Festival juries this year

Renowned Actress Sarika and veteran Film Director Jahnu Barua will head the two Film Juries at the 7th Jagran Film Festival, this year.

With over 90 films behind her, Sarika will head a five Member Indian Feature Film Jury for the the section, ‘Indian Showcase’. In the past few years, the Best feature Film Award has been presented to Marathi and Bengali language films. The Best Actor award last year was presented to Dulal Sarkar, an actor who is a midget.

The Jury headed by her will decide on 16 awards in the feature film category.

Padma Bhushan Jahnu Barua is one of India’s foremost Film Directors winning ten National Film Awards. Mostly making his films in Assamese language, Jahnu dabbled into Hindi film making with ‘Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Maara’ (I did not kill Gandhi) and ‘Mumbai Cutting’. Winner of several international awards, Jahnu Barua will head a three Member International Film Jury.  The Jury for Shorts will watch 50 short films to decide on three international awards in the category. 

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