Hyderabad International Film Festival - Second Festival

Second Festival

The Second Hyderabad International Film Festival was held from 3 January 2008 to 10 January 2008. It was organised by Hyderabad Film Club and Telugu Film Directors' Association at Prasads Multiplex, Hyderabad.

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