A student performing classical dance during the inaugural of three-day Children’s Film Festival in Bhongir on Tuesday

A student performing classical dance during the inaugural of three-day Children’s Film Festival in Bhongir on Tuesday

Bhongir: Message-giving children movies will help them to improve their knowledge and inculcate moral values, opined District Collector Anita Ramachandran. On Tuesday, she inaugurate the three-day children film festival sponsored by the Children Film Society of India at Badradri cinema theatre in Bhongir.

Speaking on the occasion, she informed that children movies give them a lot of exposure to society and enhance their knowledge. The movies unite the children and help them in developing good habits besides making them become good citizens of the society, she opined.

She advised the students to work hard to get good results in the forthcoming annual exams. Municipal chairperson N Prasanna, Children’s Film Society official Suraj, Coordinator Sia Prasad, Mandal Education Officer Vijaya Rao, DPRO Jagadish and children of various schools of Bhongir town attended.


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