Celluloid Man,  a 2012 documentary film directed by Shivendra Singh Dungarpur that explores the life and work of the legendary Indian archivist P.K. Nair, the founder of the National Film Archive of India, and the guardian of Indian cinema has been invited to be screened at the Jagran Film Festival, Agra.

The film is a tribute to P.K Nair who considered the importance of preserving Indian Film heritage and has single-handedly done more towards it than anyone else in the industry. Celluloid Man was well received by critics and has won two National awards this year.

The film will be screened at Jagran Film Festival on July 28.