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Shraddha Kapoor to pay tribute to the strength and achievement of Indian women through her power-packed performance at the India 75 – 52nd IFFI Goa….

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~ A tribute, cine salaam, bringing alive the ‘India 75’ theme by the popular stars of Indian Cinema will simulcast on Zee Cinema and Zee TV on 2nd January at 8 pm ~

News stardom : 2nd. January 2021. The 52nd edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) turned out to be a mega spectacle as top Bollywood stars celebrated 75 years of Indian Independence, its diversity, and the evolution of Indian Cinema. The ‘India 75’ evening was hosted by Karan Johar and Maniesh Paul. Popular actors like Salman Khan, Ranveer Singh, Shraddha Kapoor, Riteish & Genelia Deshmukh, and Mouni Roy dazzled at this prestigious star-studded soirée. The celebration in collaboration with Zee Live to pay tribute, a cine salaam, is scheduled to simulcast on Zee Cinema and Zee TV on 2nd January at 8 pm.

On this enthralling evening, Shraddha’s act celebrated the strength and achievement of Indian women through songs like Aaj main upar, Kar Har Maidaan Fateh, and Des rangila.

Talking about her experience at India 75 – 52nd IFFI, Shraddha Kapoor mentioned, “We have seen an absolute evolution in the way we tell stories on the screen, and it warms my heart that women have been a constant part of this process. I have grown up admiring our cinema but one thing that I have personally noticed is how women have shaped the growth trajectory. They have been an integral part of not just cinema but the overall growth of the nation. So, with my performance ‘Shakti: The power of Indian women, we are celebrating the strength and achievements of Indian women, their significance in the world of cinema, and overall evolution.”

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