It will be an evening to watch out for as some of the most renowned personalities from Indian film industry and Hollywood come together under one roof. Oscar nominated director Christopher Nolan, who has directed the Batman series, Inception, and the more recent Dunkirk, will be visiting India soon. He will be here with her wife and film producer Emma Thomas. The couple is slated to arrive in Mumbai on March 29 and be here till April 1. The main agenda upon his visit is to attend the Reframing The Future Of Film event in the city, where the legendary filmmaker will be in conversation with stalwarts Kamal Haasan and Mani Ratnam. Also Read - Amitabh Bachchan Sends Migrant Workers to Uttar Pradesh From Mumbai in 10 Buses

Eminent personalities from the Indian film industry like Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Santosh Sivan, Shyam Benegal, Anurag Kashyap and Farhan Akthar among other are also slated to attend the event to be held on March 31 in Mumbai. Nolan and wife will then be attending a private dinner hosted in their honour. Also Read - Shoojit Sircar on What Made Him Move Gulabo Sitabo to Amazon Prime: I Have a History of Films Not Releasing



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What makes this coming together of the best from the film industry all the more exciting is that they all will be watching a special 70mm IMAX screening of the Oscar winning movie Dunkirk, based on the second world war, for which special projectors are being shipped from the US. We can be ready to see a lot of pictures where some celebrities have their fan moment meeting Nolan and also look forward to some amazing insights into the world and business of cinema and its future in the digital world from the event in Mumbai next week. Stay tuned to India.com for more details. Also Read - Netflix's Betaal Receives Criticism: Actor Viineet Kumar Says 'It's Not an Audience-Friendly Genre' And Backlash is Expected