PR 24x7 received special recognition by Khajuraho International Film Festival
At Khajuraho Film Festival, specially crafted Tapra talkies showcased best films
In most of the cases, a film festival is generally organized keeping in mind with people belonging to certain age groups. But in this year's film festival we saw something entirely different. The blend of the rich culture of Bundelkhand with modern cinema proved to be the special attraction of the Film Festival. Public relations' renowned organization PR24x7 also contributed to the fifth edition of the Khajuraho International Film Festival (KIFF) organized by the actor-turned-politician Raja Bundela, who has been continuously striving for the development of Bundelkhand region. Moreover, the organization was given special recognition by the Organizing Committee for their heartfelt contribution in taking the Khajuraho International Film Festival (KIFF) to all the small and big cities of the state.
Organizer Raja Bundela conferred a special honor on Khajuraho International Film Festival (KIFF) to PR24x7 for their constant effort and support in making the festival a big event of the state. During this, he thanked everyone for their support in the KIFF. PR members Charu Vyas and Rohit Rajora received the reward on the behalf of the company. Expressing happiness over the honor, Charu Vyas said that “KIFF gives special recognition to the best films made by the young talents from the cities like Chhatarpur, Ratlam, Morena, Pipariya, Betul, Shivpuri Shahdol and that is what makes the festival different. We are happy to be a part of events like KIFF, where local talents are given full support to showcase their skills.”
Describing the special honor as a responsibility, Rohit Rajora says that “KIFF not only features big and well-known movies but also exhibit shorts films and documentaries of young filmmakers of Madhya Pradesh. It is our responsibility to provide information about such forums dedicated to young talent to every last person of the state. Such events should be welcomed with open arms.”
At the Khajuraho Film Festival, specially crafted Tapra talkies showcased the best films created by the veteran actors and producers from Mumbai and as well as the young filmmakers of the state. The state government also contributed to the International Film Festival that has been held for a week. Organized to provide a platform to hundreds of emerging filmmakers of Madhya Pradesh, this event can be seen touching new heights year after year.