Renowned filmmaker Shekhar Kapur says he is excited to get an invitation to be the chairman of the Macau Film Festival.
The director of critically acclaimed films like "Masoom", "Bandit Queen" and "Elizabeth" also said that he sees the opportunity as a bridge between India and China.
"In this Asian century, super excited to be invited to be Chairman of Macau Film Festival. To be the bridge between Indian and Chinese culture," Kapur tweeted on Friday.
Kapur, who gave birth to Bollywood's invisible man through "Mr. India", didn't reveal any other details pertaining to the festival.
It is not clear if Kapur will be associated with this fest or some other event.
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