Shah Rukh Khan will be opening the festival officially on the 8th of August, 2019, along with the other festival guests and in the company of the premiere of Victoria and Mitu Bhowmick Lange, the director of the esteemed festival

Helmed by the Victorian government, Australia, the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne is coming back in 2019 and will be taking place in the cultural city between August 8 and 17. Honouring the festival with his presence as the chief guest of the annual celebration of Indian films will be Indian actor and superstar, Shah Rukh Khan.

The festival in its 10 years has grown pillar to pillar and has gone from being a grassroots festival to a government supported one and an awardee of several global accolades, making it the biggest Indian Film Festival in the Southern Hemisphere. This year the festival is set to celebrate the central theme of ‘courage’, which is engraved in the inclusivity and diversity of the Indian film business.

King Khan, as he’s referred to globally, will be opening the festival officially on the 8th of August, 2019 along with the other festival guests and in the company of the premiere of Victoria and Mitu Bhowmick Lange, the director of the esteemed festival.