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    haji ali
    by husain
  • haji ali
    haji ali
    by husain
  • Film festivals in Mumbai, india

    by isavo Written Feb 3, 2007

    International Film Festivals in Mumbai
    The Pumelo Independent Film Festival(PIFF) ( http://www.pumelo.com ) is from February 25th to 1st March of 2007 in Mumbai, India. They have a competition for the best film based purely on audience choice & we also award prizes for best director, best cinematography, best music score, best short, etc. The films screened at the Pumelo Film Festivals are selected by a jury comprising of Savio DSilva & Amit Mankani(noted script writers & film directors). The best film gets a prize of Rs.5000.

    Yensa Short Film Festival(YSFF) ( http://www.yensa.com ) is on 22nd & 23rd October of 2007 in Mumbai. They are now accepting entries for the same. Short films must be films less than 30 minutes in duration to qualify for screenings at our short film festivals. The best 3 short films get prizes of Rs.5000, Rs.3000 & Rs.1000 respectively.

    Enoma Mumbai Film Festival(EMFF) ( http://www.enoma.com/emff.htm ) for feature films is from 16th to 21st December of 2007 in Mumbai. They are now accepting entries for the same. Feature films must be films more than 30 minutes in duration to qualify for screenings at Enoma Mumbai Film Festival. The best feature films get prizes of Rs.10000, Rs.5000 & Rs.2000 respectively.

    Anupam Kher, Arshad Warsi, Mini Mathur, Mandira Bedi, Raj Kaushal, Sharad Saxena, Sadashiv Amraporkar, Hiten Tejwani, Charu Sharma and 40 other VIPs in India gave Enoma their best wishes and support to ensure that the Enoma Mumbai international Film Festival is a grand success.

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    haji ali

    by husain Updated Aug 14, 2003
    haji ali

    The path that leads you here is submerged at high tide... This Mosque/ Tomb of the muslim saint Haji Ali, seems like its floating out in the sea.
    Visited by people from all faiths, this mausoleum is believed to have been built to commemorate the death of the saint who drowned here on his way to mecca.

    The nearest railway station is Mahalaxmi.

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