Assamese movie 'Village Rockstars' bags Best Feature Film Award at 65th National Film Awards

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Assamese movie 'Village Rockstars' bags Best Feature Film Award at 65th National Film Awards

G Plus Feature | April 13, 2018 13:37 hrs

Assamese filmmaker Rima Das’ Village Rockstars took home multiple awards at the 65th National Film Awards. It bagged the Best Feature Film Award along with Best Child Artist Award for lead actress Bhanita Das, Best Audiography Award for Ambient Sound and Best Editing Award for Rima Das.

Set in the backdrop of simple village life in Assam, Village Rockstars tells the story of a young girl, Dhunnu, who hails from a poor family. While her mother struggles to make ends meet, Dhunnu dreams of owning an electric guitar and forming a rock band in a flood-ravaged village in Assam. How she overcomes the odds along with her friends and turns her dreams into reality makes for an inspirational story.

Ishu, the feature film debut of critic-turned filmmaker Utpal Borpujari, won the award for the Best Assamese Film. Ishu is a big screen adaptation of Manikuntala Bhattacharjya’s children’s novel with the same name. It addresses one the most disturbing social issues in the state, witch-hunting.

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (I & B) announced the 65th National Awards on Friday morning.

Among other recipients of the 65th National Film Awards are - Newton for Best Hindi Film, Sridevi for Best Actress and Riddhi Sen for Best Actor.

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