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NEW DELHI: Wave Cinemas' CEO Rahul Mitra and actress Manisha Koirala were honoured with special awards at the first-ever Indian Film Festival in Poland (Warsaw).

They also took part in the grand red carpet event at the iconic 'Kinoteka' theatre in the heart of Warsaw. A special audience of hundreds of Polish and Indian film buffs and dignitaries attended the event, along with key representatives of the Indian film industry led by Mittra, an award-winning filmmaker.

His current production Saheb Biwi aur Gangster 3 with Sanjay Dutt and Koirala is being shot in Bikaner.

The event co-curated by Captain Rahul Bali and RC Dalal screened some blockbuster Bollywood movies like Sarkar 3 apart from three regional language films from the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Assam. The package of seven films will thus give Polish and diaspora audiences a glimpse of the huge talent in India's regional film industry as well.

Koirala, who had acted in '1942- A love story’ among others was a special guest at the festival while Mittra was awarded for his outstanding contribution to Indian Cinema. In a short span of time, he has produced blockbusters like Saheb Biwi aur Gangster series, Bullett Raja, Revolver Rani, Sarkar 3, among other, and is known for backing good content.

Ambassador Ajay Bisaria lauded the growing engagement between the film industries of India and Poland and invited the Polish audience to witness the strength of the Indian film industry with its boundless creativity.

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