Poignant and thought-provoking, this evocative tale follows the struggles and suffering of an impoverished tribal family, as they deal with changing times and circumstances.
This evocative tale highlights the struggles of an impoverished tribal family that finds itself helpless and hopeless as it bears the brunt of prosecution by law enforcement agencies, seemingly hellbent on capturing their land and livelihood. To add to their woes, the heart-wrenching loss of their traditional faith and culture is also thrust upon them, by religious organisations in the towards converting their beliefs, with callous indifference to their fragile sensibilities.
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This touching tale was bestowed with the award for Best Film on Social Issues, while Bela Shende received the Best Female Playback Singer award for her evocative rendition of the song 'Khura Khura'. at the 61st National Film Awards for 2013. Read More