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Day One - 10 April 2012
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International Children's Film Festival 2012 - Day Four 13 April 2012

Child actor Amey Pandya spreads cheer on day four
Says: “Don’t be proud. Be good at heart”

Lucknow, Friday, April 13, 2012: On the fourth day of the 4th International Children’s Film Festival (ICFF) being organized by CMS Films & Radio Division, child actor of many Hindi films and TV commercials Master Amey Pandya entertained the young audience with a dance performance, in the main WUCC auditorium at CMS Kanpur Road Campus.

Schoolchildren who had come to watch the screening of films were given a glimpse of achievements of celebrity guest child actor Amey Pandya in a video showreel. This video showed his performances in films and TV commercials. Then Amey was called on stage where he gave an entertaining dance performance. While talking with children, he said that it was a great pleasure for him to be here for the festival. He added that he was proud to be part of this institute and congratulated CMS Founder-manager Dr Jagdish Gandhi with “Hats off to Mr Gandhi”.  

Almost 10,000 students from twenty-six Lucknow schools saw animations, documentaries and feature films that were a reflection of moral values that should be inculcated from a young age in all children.  

The day began with the school prayer by City Montessori School (CMS) students. This was followed by lighting of the lamp ceremony by special guests Mrs Anjali Paul, Incharge Christ Church College and Ms Sheela Solomon, Incharge, St Mary’s School and celebrity guest Master Amay Pandya, child actor.  

CMS Founder-Manager, Dr Jagdish Gandhi after welcoming the special guests and celebrity guest, urged the assembled students to be good and smart. He said good is related to ‘godliness’ and it is important that every child tries to be the best.

Two youngsters Hiten and Rohit also presented a song ‘We are the champions’ in front of the audience.

Students from 26 Lucknow schools attended the screening on Friday (April 13) both in morning and noon shows in WUCC auditorium. The schools were:

* Mona Chandra School (Kaiserbagh)
* St Mary’s School (Rajajipuram)
* JNS Public School (Bangla Bazar)
* Christ Church College (Hazratganj)
* Kranti Vidyalaya Mandir (Bangla Bazar)
* M B Deyz (Kila Chauraha)
* Bal Bharti School (Hazratganj)
* Ram Bachan Smarak High School (Gomti Nagar)
* Bal Kalyan Academy (Gomti Nagar)
* Cathedral Senior Secondary School (Hazratganj)
* St Mary’s Convent Inter College (RDSO)
* Montfort Inter College (Mahanagar)
* Army Public School (Lucknow Cantonment)
* Triple S School (Alambagh)
* GCS Public School (Bangla Bazar)
* Kendriya Vidyalaya (Gomtinagar)
* Gyan Public School (Gomti Nagar)
* New Bal Bharti School (Gomti Nagar)
* Jyoti Children School (Sharda Nagar)
* SSD Prathmik Vidyalaya (Amausi)
* Lucknow Public School (Kanpur Road)
* Lucknow Model Public Inter College (Rajajipuram)
* RAS Academy (Krishna Nagar)
* Lucknow Public School (Primary School, Anand Nagar)
* The Indian Public Inter College (Gomti Nagar)
* Nirmala Paramount High School (Sitapur Road)