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Bhor helmed by Kamakhya Narayan Singh speaks about women empowerment | Along with women empowerment, Kamakhya Narayan Singh’s dawn gives a deep message on India’s cleanliness issues – Bollywood News in Hindi

A girl not only makes her dreams come true by overcoming the traditions and the insistence of the people, but also makes the society and the people feel that how will be the real dawn of life. Bhor film directed by Kamakhya Narayan Singh talks about women empowerment and much more. Along with this, the film is giving a message on the issues of cleanliness of India along with women empowerment through Budhni, a girl from Musahar tribe.

Bhor movie depicts women empowerment

The story of this film is of Budhni, a young woman from Musahar caste who wants to bring the dawn of education in her life, she has to fight a war with her in-laws and villagers to study. Now filmmaker Kamakhya Narayan Singh’s film Bhor Ko is ready for live streaming on MX Player.

Director Kamakhya Narayan Singh said, “As a film producer and social work (education) student, I have been in Mumbai for 10 years and got the opportunity to travel the world and India. I have chosen my home state Bihar for my first film. We have tried to bring the story of the people of the Musahar tribe here to the world through the dawn, for this we shot with our entire unit in the village for two months with actors from Delhi and Mumbai. Whenever a costume was needed, he used to ask the same Musahar people and give them new clothes in return.”

Director Kamakhya Narayan Singh said, “The film revolves around Budhni, a girl from the Musahar community in Bihar, who dreams of pursuing her education despite her marriage being below the legal age and how she becomes a part of cleanliness. Fights all odds to build a toilet for her. Budhni wants to study but her family wants her to get married. She later agrees to marry a man named Sugan on the condition that he allows her to continue with her studies. Even after marriage, Budhni and Sugan have to face many problems.”

Producer AK Singh said that I do not have a film background, but I have always wanted to make a film. I have spent my entire childhood in rural areas. I was looking for a script that I want to produce. When the story of Bhor came to me, it took me to my village where Bhusar and Thakur lived and how they lived. It was a very realistic script and that’s why I wanted to do it.

This film is the story of this fabric of life, social struggle and dreams. The main cast of the film are Saveri Shree Gaur, Devesh Ranjan and Nalneesh Neel. Saveri Shree is the daughter of Arvind Gaur, director of Delhi’s famous theater group ‘Asmita’. Asmita Theater has given big actors like Kangana Ranaut, Deepak Dobriyal and Piyush Mishra to Bollywood. The film has an ensemble cast of Nalnesh Neel, Devesh Rajan, Savery Shree Gaur and Punya Prasoon Bajpayee.

The film also won the Best Director award at the Ottawa Indian Film Festival and two at the Kaleidoscope Indian Film Festival in Boston. Bhor film has received acclaim at more than thirty film festivals including Cairo International Film Festival, International Film Festival of India (GOA), Indo-Berlin Film Week (Berlin), Melbourne India Film Festival, Australia.



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