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Art Alert: Indian film 'Ghajini' to screen at Cinema Hanager

The event is hosted by the embassy of India in Cairo

Ahram Online , Sunday 29 Sep 2019
Ghajini
(Photo: fragment from Ghajini's promotional material)
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The 2008 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film Ghajini will be screened at Cinema Hanager in Cairo on Thursday 10 October.

Directed by A.R. Murugadoss, the film stars Aamir Khan, Asin, Jiah Khan, and others.

The film tells the story of "a short-term memory loss patient who sets out on his journey to avenge the death of his beloved girl," according to the synopsis on IMDb.

Ghajini won several awards including Best Female Debut, Best Special Effects, Best Action and Best Sound Recording at the Awards of the International Indian Film Academy (2009). It also garnered Best Newcomer - Female and Best Action at the Filmfare Awards (2009).

Programme:
Thursday 10 October, 6pm
Cinema Hagager, Cairo Opera grounds, Zamalek

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