Harmony Resonates at the 16th Global Film Festival Noida: A Musical Extravaganza Unveiled

Posted by Sanjay Shah on January 11th, 2024

Noida: The 16th Global Film Festival Noida, held at Marwah Studios, witnessed a spectacular musical extravaganza organized by the AAFT School of Performing Arts, featuring trained music students and popular singer Sameer Khan Niazi.

Dr. Sandeep Marwah festival President GFFN, in his inaugural address, emphasized the profound impact of music on the soul, declaring, “If music is not a part of your life, it is incomplete, as it gives us a sense of living.” The musical program unfolded as a vibrant celebration of the universal language that unites people across cultures.

H.E. Elchin Husenli designated Ambassador of Azerbaijan to India shared his gratitude to Indian Cinema, describing cinema and culture as mirrors reflecting every aspect of life. He expressed appreciation for Indian cinema’s role in showcasing the rich tapestry of Indian culture to the people of Azerbaijan.

Richa Mehta, a Model & Actor attending the festival, shared her delightful experience, describing it as wonderful and worth remembering. Renowned Singer Mr. Sameer Khan Niazi highlighted the timeless nature of art and music, emphasizing that it knows no age boundaries. He underlined the importance of honoring and respecting music as the heartbeat of culture, echoing the rhythm and soul of a society.

Dr. Sandeep Marwah presented mementos to the distinguished guests, acknowledging their significant contributions to the festival. The audience was captivated by the enchanting performance of Sameer Khan, whose musical prowess added an extra layer of magic to the event. Festival Director Ashok Tyagi proposed vote of thanks.

The 16th Global Film Festival Noida continues to be a beacon for artistic expressions, bringing together talents from diverse backgrounds to celebrate the rich tapestry of cinema and culture.

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