The ongoing students’ agitation in the reputed Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, is likely to get a boost as celebrated filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan reiterated his opposition to Gajendra Singh Chauhan as chairman of the FTII. A former chairman and himself an alumnus of the prestigious institute, Adoor called on Chauhan to voluntarily quit his post, in a hard hitting interview to IANS. "He is a simpleton. He doesn't even understand why the students are protesting. I have nothing against him. But FTIIs need people who can inspire the students. It cannot be run by people with no professional knowledge of cinema," said Adoor. Questioning Chauhan’s credentials, he said, "Chauhan's work speaks for neither his qualifications nor for any vision which could justify his...Read More...
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