Jacqueline Fernandez's debut English movie to kick start Delhi International Film Festival
Jacqueline Fernandez's debut English movie 'Definition of Fear' will kick start the Delhi International Film Festival.
B-Town beauty Jacqueline Fernandez's debut English movie 'Definition of Fear' will reportedly kick start the 4th Delhi International Film Festival on December 5. The film 'Definition of Fear' narrates the story of four girls who go to spend their vacation in an old mansion in the forest and their holiday turns into a nightmare inviting their death. The movie also features Catherine Barrel, Mercedes Papilla, Blythe Hubbard and Mathew Stephuik in key roles.
The inaugural function will be attended by European cinema's eminent actress Zaklina Ostir. The Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia will be the chief guest on the festival's opening ceremony. The esteemed Minar-E-Dilli award will be given to the filmmaker Ketan Mehta. The film 'Comrade Raj Kapoor' will bring the curtains down to the festival on November 10. 'Comrade Raj Kapoor' is produced by Yakov Kaller and is helmed by Alexei Burykin. This festival will be attended by Indian poets and 50 NRI. 210 movies from 68 nations will be screened in six days. The fest will also see various workshops and seminars on animation films, film market and Indian market.
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