The Two Indian Bengali films have been chosen to compete in the international competition section at the International Film Festival of India, IFFI in Goa. The film ‘Natoker Moto' by Debesh Chatterjee and another Bengali film 'Cinemawala' by Kaushik Ganguly will compete with 13 other selections from across the globe for Iffi's golden peacock award for best film.

Argentina’s film ‘The Clan’ will bring the curtains down of the 11 days long 46 th edition of International Film Festival of India, which is underway in Goa. The world film fraternities’ eyes are now on the prestigious golden peacock award. The two regional Bengali films ‘Natoker Moto’ and ‘Cinemawala’ has been chosen to represent India in a world competition. Beside this the National award winner Marathi Film Court, which was selected as India’s official entry to the Oscars, has been chosen for the Centenary Awards for the IFFI. India film like Masaan, Nanak Shah Fakir and Ottaal are among others 8 films competing for the centenary Awards.

Meanwhile, the 46th edition of the IFFI is all set to conclude with a grand closing ceremony, to be held at Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor Stadium in Panaji today.

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