The prestigious museum here will honorMani Ratnam with an exceptional tribute, which it said has been “long overdue” for the “imperative film maker”. Mani Ratnam, 59, will show up at the Museum of the Moving Image for the tribute from July 31 to August 2 amid which Roja, Bombay and Dil Se will be screened.
The exhibition hall portrayed him as “that rarest of film directors” who is “equipped for making flawlessly created, tremendously entertaining yet savvy and provocative movies on a scope of social and political issues”. The political as is titled “Governmental issues as display: the movies of Mani Ratnam”.
Richard Pena, Director-Emeritus, New York Film Festival, and Professor of Film Studies at Columbia University, said a “New York tribute to this essential producer is long past due”.
This exceptionally same New York historical center has prior honored Oscar-winning Indian arranger AR Rahman prior this year. They have debuted his narrative Jai Ho to a packed crowd at the premises of museum.