Assamese feature film Adomya directed by Bobby Sarma Baruah and Raag directed by Rajani Basumatary have been selected for Bangalore International Film Festival 2014.
The Bengaluru International Film Festival, is an annual film festival held in Bangalore, capital of Indian state Karnataka, which previews films of all genres including documentaries from around the world. Founded in 1996, Suchitra Bangalore International Film Festival, was held for a week from 22 to 28 December 2006 in collaboration with Suchitra Film Society.The film festival is now being organized by Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy and the event is supported by Government of Karnataka. The 7th edition of Bengaluru International Film Festival 2014, will be held from 4 to 11 December 2014.
About the Assamese Film Adomya – 99min | Director Bobby Sharma Baruah
Adomya narrates the story of Juri (Pranami Bora), who faces the brunt of widowhood just after six months of getting married. Her husband proved to be an AIDS patient and she too has become HIV positive. Thrown out of her in-laws’ home, she goes back to her village where she gives birth to a girl but even then Juri has to go through social ostracism. Even her daughter is not spared though she tested negative. Her only hope rests with her child, but not without challenges she fights back with great courage and conviction.
About the film Raag- The Rhythm of Love – 95min | Director Rajani Basumatary
This is a story about Radhika a charming Hindustani singer. Iqbal a gifted-painter, Alok- Corporate executive, Natalie – An opera flustist from Prague and Partho, a musician with an electrifying personality. Their life interlinked as they come across each others paths at different stages of life. Raag is a story of compassion, friendship and human emotion narrated with honesty and simplicity.