How India became the ‘Country of honour’ at Cannes

Published on May 25, 2022

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Payel

For the first time India has been named as the ‘Country of honour’ at the Cannes Marché Du Film aka Cannes film market. Since its opening on May 17, many Indian stars have made their appearance in the jury. In this episode of People Like Us we give you a sneak peek of the Indian films that have been chosen to be screened at the festival. However, they are not a part of Cannes' official selection.

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