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It is an honour to get film screened in IFFI: Kartik Aryan Kartik Aaryan
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It is an honour to get film screened in IFFI: Kartik Aryan

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 22 Nov 2021, 12:00 am

Mumbai/Panaji: Bollywood actor Kartik Aryan said he felt happy to participate in the International Film Festival of India as his movie Dhamaka was screened at the ongoing mega event this year.

“I am happy to be in IFFI this time when my film is being screened, earlier I was here only as a fan,” said Kartik Aryan while interacting with media on the sidelines of 52nd IFFI.

He expressed happiness over organising arrangements of the film festival.

Kartik Aryan’s film Dhamaka is being screened in OTT section of the festival.

“It is an edge-of-the-seat drama and you will enjoy it,” said the beaming actor who visited the International Film Festival of India, Goa today.

He said he supports screening of the films on OTT as well as in theatre screens as these days people watch movies on any platform that they get access to.

Dhamaka which is a 1 hour and 44 minute long thriller was shot in a  room using 360 degree technique.

The movie is directed by Ram Madhvani.

“There were 8 to 10 cameras focussed on me in that room while I was shooting it,” said Aryan.

Dhamaka is being screened on Netflix and it will be screened in IFFI as a part of BRICS films.  

For the first time ever, films from five BRICS nations, namely Brazil, Russia, China, South Africa alongwith India’s will be showcased through the BRICS Film Festival alongside IFFI.