The Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards 2023, the most prominent accolades program in India, are quickly approaching, and just like every year, the magnificent event is anticipated to be jam-packed with unforgettable moments. Prior to the major function in February, the DPIFF group hosted a media briefing at Taj Lands End that was attended by a host of celebrities. Jacqueline Fernandez, Aditya Roy Kapoor, and Jayantilal Gada were amongst the illustrious individuals that graced the function, which was hosted by Sharman Joshi.
Izzhaar Izzhaar welcomed Jacqueline Fernandez to reveal the unique invitation for DPIFF 2023. Prominent members of the movie and television industries, as well as the press and tourist officials from the Indian region, all addressed the event. Sharman Joshi, the anchor, explained the intent of the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards, describing the unwavering values and the fervour with which the celebration is performed every year. The conference’s central theme was the ability of film to bring people together in a spirit of celebration. The letter from the respectable prime minister endorsing the organization’s work was also made public. Also introduced at the event were the different tourism, organization, driven by, founder by, satellite, streamed, invite, beverage, and support partners.
To honour the illustrious history of Indian cinema, DPIFF is getting ready to present its annual award ceremony. The most recent press conference provided participants with a sneak preview of the grand magnificence that will be shown in February. The DPIFF 2023 will honour Dadasaheb Phalke Ji’s heritage and the pioneers of India’s leisure and film industries. In order to emphasize the subject of Cinematic Tourism for the major gala occasion, DPIFF has made an effort to begin on a voyage through the history of the silver film.
As the only autonomous global film fest in India, Dadasaheb Phalke is dedicated to showcasing the talents of ambitious, youthful, independent, and established filmmakers. The goal of DPIFF is to recognise those film industry professionals who have worked hard, demonstrated genuine talent, and have a strong desire to succeed. As always, the goal is to foster and advance filmmaking through instruction and multicultural understanding. The group thinks that TV shows and movies both have the potential to illustrate the commonality of the human existence and across cultural divides.