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Shri T.P. Aggarwal unanimously elected as President of Film Federation of India.
At the first meeting of the FFI Executive Committee held immediately after the 62nd Annual General Meeting, Shri T. P. Aggarwal representing IMPPA (Indian Motion Picture & Producers Association), was unanimously elected as the President.
Other Office Bearers elected are -
Vice Presidents:
Shri J. P. Chowksey (Central)
Shri Bobby Bedi (West)
Shri N. Datar (West)
Shri C. Kalyan (South)
Shri T. Siva (South)
Shri Thomas D’Souza (South)
Shri Kaimal Nanda Kumar (South)
Shri Murali Mohan Rao (South)
Shri Krishna Daga (East)
Shri G. D. Mehta (North)
Hon. General Secretary
Shri Ravi Kottarakara (South)
Shri Hirachand Dand (West)
Hon. Treasurer

Shri Sangram Shirke (West)

Shri Supran Sen continues as our Secretary General

The office bearers will assume office from 1st January 2016.

For Film Federation of India
Anindya Dasgupta
Deputy Secretary



December 7, 2015

The Chennai Deluge

Appeal to All Film Trade bodies in India




Chennai is reeling; a mega metropolis has been brought to his knees by incessant rainfall which has broken many records.  And the attack has been two pronged- November 16th and 17th saw nature in all its fury with 70,000 people transferred to relief camps across Chennai, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur. Rains continued and then 30th November happened- 345 mm of rain, which is highest ever for a single day in the last 114 years.

Till date, more than 270 people have lost their lives while lakhs of people are still trapped in their houses with countless others in relief camps across the state.

To describe the situation as calamitous would be an understatement. All our unsung heroes have jumped into massive rescue operations- various units of the Army, the Air Force, local administrative bodies, corporate, concerned citizens- everybody are doing their bit. The PMNRF (Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund) has been activated.

For a city like Chennai, which has spent countless years lamenting water scarcity, the last month has been ironic. As relief measures carry on amidst the continuing rains, we see a State and city gasping for survival.

Friends, I appeal to you. In the face of every natural calamity, our film industry has always come together and strived to do its bit for our fellow countrymen. Here too, there have been instances in the last few days where we have seen our actors on the streets of Chennai trying to help, we saw examples of some cinema halls opening their gates and providing shelters to the homeless, all laudable initiatives.

But we have to strive to do so much more. It is my fervent hope that we can contribute in a significant way to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund by pledging one day’s theatrical collections from all across for this cause.     

Such an initiative is impossible without your active support. I urge you to set the wheels in motion in your region so that collectively, we can make this contribution as soon as possible.

J. P. Chowksey

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