National Museum Of Indian Cinema In Mumbai Reopens For Public

National Museum Of Indian Cinema In Mumbai Reopens For Public

Mumbai, February 26 (TNA) A good news for cine-enthusiasts of Mumbai and the visitors to the city. The National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC), that had remained closed during the Covid pandemic, has reopened to public.

The Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting Dr. L Murugan on Saturday paid a visit to the Museum heralding its reopening. He keenly observed the content displayed at the Museum, spread over two buildings – the Gulshan Mahal heritage wing and the modernist new building on Pedder Road in South Mumbai.

Dr. Murguan was given an overview of the Museum by the Director General of Films Division Ravindra Bhakar. He also explained the comprehensive restoration work that had to be undertaken due to prolonged closure of the museum.

NMIC, which is a one of its kind museums in India, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in January 2019.

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