Finas board member propose bringing Malaysia Film Festival to India


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Denes Kumar (right), seen here with Sangeeta Krishnasamy, is the star and producer of 'Vedigundu Pasangge'. Photo: Filepic

Newly appointed board member of the National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (Finas) R. Denes Kumar has proposed bringing the Malaysia Film Festival to India as an initiative to nurture local film talents besides inspiring industry players to expand their knowledge in filmmaking.

The 38-year-old actor-cum-producer said he encourages local filmmakers to venture beyond the local market as the exposure could inspire various ideas on the aspects of filmmaking.

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