The Mozart of Madras, A. R. Rahman, will kick-off the festivities at ‘Cinema 100’, a three-day film festival (June 1-June 3), organised by the students and alumni of Whistling Woods International, to earmark the centenary celebrations of Indian Cinema. The music maestro will inaugurate the festival on 1st June
The inauguration will be followed by a 10-minute documentary encapsulating all the 100 glorious years of Indian cinema followed by a performance by Sukhwinder Singh.
And if that was not enough, legendary choreographer Saroj Khan will be conducting a workshop on the inaugural day of the festival. Gulzar saab will then take over talking about poetry in Indian films.
The grand event will also include a wonderful display of films, artefacts, workshops, panel discussions and a lot more along with a healthy dose of entertainment.