Indian High Commissioner Rahul Chhabda has inaugurated the Kenya Film Festival for the first time at a grand ceremony in Nairobi to mark the Indian Independence Day. Bollywood actors Arjun Rampal and filmmaker raju Chadha, Rahul Mitra, Umesh Shukla, Dharmendra Mehra and Ajay Arora were among the awardees.
Minister of Information, Communication and Technology Joe Mucheru promised to review the Films and Stage Plague Act to build friendship with filmmakers and said that the government would end tax holidays and invited Indian filmmakers to invest in Kenya. will.
Talking about this further, he said that Kenya attracts more than 120,000 Indian tourists every year, including a large number of Indians. The High Commissioner said that the film festival will further boost tourism and trade between the two countries. The five-day Indian Film Festival Kenya 2019 has been curated by Captain Rahul Sudesh Bali and is organized by The Indian Film Festival World Wide under the auspices of the Indian High Commission in Kenya.