[India], Nov 25 (ANI): Director Mukesh Chhabra is 'glad' to conduct a master class session at the prestigious International Film Festival of India 2017 today.
The 37-year-old has made a substantial contribution to cinema by introducing some of the most remarkable talents in the country to the world.
The 'Ramna Raghvan 2.0' director said, "I have been attending IFFI over the years and this is for the first time I'll be conducting a session. I'm honoured to be associated with it and to be able to reach out to so many people who attend it."
Talking about the topic of the masterclass, he adds, "Casting is one of the core aspects of filmmaking. I'm glad it's being talked about at film festivals as well. I'm looking forward to the session!"
He has been associated with critically acclaimed and commercially successful films like 'Shahid,' 'Kai Po Che,' 'Highway,' 'Haider' and 'Dangal'.
The casting director will address the topic, 'Characterisation and Casting for Cinema' at his masterclass session on November 25.
With years of cinema expertise, Mukesh successfully heads his own casting company and is a credible authority to open the topic to conversation.
IFFI is India's biggest and Asia's oldest film festival, making it one of the most prestigious in the world. (ANI)