The 51st Worldwide Movie Competition of India (IFFI) on Saturday apologised for an incorrect info on its web site, the place synopsis of famous person Salman Khan‘s “Dabangg” was mistakenly put within the description of legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray’s traditional “Sonar Kella”. The most recent version of IFFI is celebrating the work of Ray by screening 5 of his classics, together with the 1974 “Sonar Kella”.
The movie, adaption of the guide of the identical title, options Soumitra Chatterjee, Santosh Dutta, Siddartha Chatterjee and Kushal Chakraborty. The official web site of the pageant, nevertheless, talked about that “Sonar Kella” is backed by actor-producer Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora and Dhillin Mehta.
In its synopsis, it was talked about that “Sonar Kella” is about “Chulbul Pandey a jovial, fearless however corrupt cop who has a troubled relationship together with his youthful half-brother Makkhi and stepfather. His life takes a flip when sure occasions shake his conscience, forcing him to tackle a corrupt native politician.”
Within the 2010 blockbuster, Khan performed cop Chulbul Pandey to huge success.
Screenshots of the web site web page began doing the rounds on social media with many customers highlighting the goof-up.
In an announcement posted on the official Twitter web page of IFFI, the organisers apologised for the error. “We want to apologise for the wrong info of the movie ‘Sonar Kella’ talked about within the IFFI Movie Information. It was inadvertent and the identical has been duly rectified. Inconvenience triggered is deeply regretted,” the tweet learn.
We want to apologise for the wrong info of the movie “Sonar Kella” talked about within the IFFI Movie Information. It was inadvertent and the identical has been duly rectified. Inconvenience triggered is deeply regretted.
— Worldwide Movie Competition of India (@IFFIGoa) January 16, 2021
As a part of the tribute, the pageant will showcase Ray’s acclaimed “Pather Panchali”, the primary movie of his The Apu Trilogy, 1964 romantic drama “Charulata”, his 1977 Hindi directorial debut “Shatranj Ke Khilari” and “Ghare Baire” (1984).
IFFI, which started on Saturday, will display screen a complete of 224 movies below totally different sections at its 51st version, which has been organised in a hybrid format within the wake of the pandemic.