MUMBAI: This year's South Asian Film Festival will be held in Goa from 25 to 28 October, with the films in the seventh edition of the festival having a blend of different genres.
Films that would be featured in the festival will include classic films, short films, documentary, mainstream popular films. A Marathi film premiere would also be held, according to South Asia Foundation secretary general Rahul Barua.
More than 40 films from SAARC countries will be screened that will include films like Singham, Rajneeti and Ye Saali Zindagi.
Films from South East Asia include Torkham from Afghnaistan, Amaar Bondhu Rashed from Bangladesh, Seday from Bhutan, Insaaf from Maldives, Diyalee from Nepal, A Garden in Shigar and All That Jazz from Pakistan, Nildiya Yahana from Sri Lanka.
Regional Indian films like 1:30 am and Ekaa will also be screened at the four-day festival.
The festival is also celebrating "100 glorious years of Indian Cinema".
Randhir Kapoor and director Prakash Jha are expected to be among the prominent film personalities who will attend the festival.