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“Goodbye” Leads List of Indian Films Set For Toronto ’06

"Goodbye" Leads List of Indian Films Set For Toronto '06

Karan Johar‘s “Never Say Goodbye” is among the new films from India that will debut at the 31st Toronto International Film Festival. The gala presentation at this year’s fest is described as, “a passionate, sweeping love story that captures India’s biggest stars and foremost talent with charm and sophistication. With New York as its backdrop, the film tackles the bonds of marriage with delightful touches of humor and grand le aps into romance.” The film, from Dharma Productions, is distributed in North America by Yash Raj Films. Fest organizers also unveiled a group of other Indian titles set to screen at the fest, including Kabir Bhan‘s “Kabul Express,” Chitra Palekar‘s “A Grave-Keeper’s Tale,” Rajnesh Domalpalli‘s “Vanaja,” and Haobam Paban Kumar‘s “A Cry in The Dark.” The fest will run from September 7 – 16 in Toronto. [Eugene Hernandez]

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