In Sydney the opening night screening on March 9, is the 2010 drama No One Killed Jessica, followed by a Q&A event featuring actress Vidya Balan (who also has a special retrospective film program screening at the festival) and director Rajkumar Gupta.
If you enjoyed the 1999 British hit comedy/drama East is East, you can view the anticipated sequel West is West (2010), which will be introduced by producer Leslee Udwin at the ANZ Premiere screening.
In Melbourne members of the cast and crew - Arbaaz and Malaika Khan, will be on hand to introduce Dabangg (2010) at the opening screening on March 11.
Another Melbourne event isMeet the Filmmaker: Kabir Khan presents Kabul Express, in which filmmaker Kabir Khan will introduce his latest feature and participate in an Q&A with the audience on March 13.
There will be similar Q&A events at the screening of West is West on March 13 with Leslee Udwin and Tere Bin Laden with Ali Zafar on March 13.
Also Melbourne's Federation Square will be screening a range of Indian film titles for free during the festival - check out the selection here.
As well as a wide range of cinema, don't forget the Great Bollywood Dance Competition held at the Moomba Cultural Quarter on the banks of Yarra River at 11am on March 12th.
It's a Wonderful Afterlife, the latest feature from celebrated British director Gurinder Chadha, whose previous films include Bhaji on the Beach (1993), Bend It Like Beckham (2002), Bride and Prejudice (2004) and Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008).
The third film program is a Vidya Balan retrospective - entitled Vidya Retrospective, featuring five feature films starring the popular award-winning actress.
See the full film programs for Hurrah Bollywood here, Beyond Bollywoodhere and Vidya Retrospectivehere.