Nave kshitij (Rising Horizon)| 37mins
Director: Kundlik Kedari | Producer: Bahurang,Pune
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: India
The theme opens in a secluded remote outpost of civilization, the Adiwasi village of Dongarwadi. The tribal rights enshrined under the Forests Rights Acts 2006 and 2008 are heralded to be introduced in Dongarwadi, which opens tumultuous enthusiasm and intrigues follow to grab as much as possible. The native honesty of the general Adiwasi people, led by sincere well-wishers, prevails over the machinations of the self-seekers and the rowdy insurrection of the Van Hakka Samiti. Repeated attempts by the nasty elements are "democratically" defeated in the panchayat-status village, those elements subdued and pacified to be included in the general stream of the Adiwasi folks, as the story meanders to a consensus conclusion. A new chapter gets opened: and rising horizons to development and progress begin to unfold.
The script and its dialogues are penned by the director Kundalik Kedari, a veteran of BAHURANG and himself a tribal.
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