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Pump Up the Mandali actor Leonard Kumar poses infront of the movie poster at Village 6 Cinemas during the movie's premiere.Photo:Kunal Keshneel

Pump Up the Mandali- a full length Hindi movie comprising of Fiji artists and locations has been nominated for the 2010 Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

This was confirmed by Permanent Secretary for Trade and Industry, Saipora Mataikabara who was the chief guest at the Premiere of the movie in Suva last night.

Pump Up the Mandali is Fijis nomination to the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and we wish the movie and its cast and crew all the best, she said.

We have a lot of potential here in Fiji and our beautiful locations can be used to make some wonderful and hit movies.

The Fiji Audio Visual Commission and the Government is working closely with producers and directors and we have a lot of movie projects in the pipeline.

The Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) acclaims, at a global level, the cinematic excellence and cultural diversity of the vast Asia-Pacific region. The regions highest accolade in film, APSA is the only awards program in the world to link to a globally broadcast documentary series.

The movie which has been shot in Ba, Nadi Airport and parts of Suva has been produced and directed by New Zealand based Monty Issar. The movie was produced with a budget of about $350,000.

The movie portrays a story about four young men from Fiji who get a lifetime opportunity to compete in an international dance and singing competition in New Zealand.

Pump Up the Mandali is currently been screened in Village 6 and Village 4 Cinemas.

By: Reginald Chandar




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