Top 10 Award-Winning Assamese Movies

Top 10 Award-Winning Assamese Movies Assamese Article

Here are the top 10 award-winning Assamese movies. Within its constraints and bounds, Assam's filmmaking industry is a regional institution that is structured and systematized. However, it cannot be compared to the regional cinema industries in other parts of the nation, such as Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Punjab, or Kolkata, as their production, financial, and distribution capacities are far greater. Investors typically avoid funding films that do not appeal to a wide range of consumers because the Assam box office is not as robust as other regional film industries in the nation. The majority of theatrically produced films rigorously adhere to the established mainstream format and obsessively pursue financial success over creative filmmaking experimentation.

1. Bokul

The film's multi-layered narrative illustrates the turbulent time in Assam's socio-political environment when human values have no place. The protagonist of the movie, who has just returned to his village after a seven-year absence, describes the shifting reality, changes in values, and displacement of people as they are seen. The movie was chosen for MAMI, Mumbai's 2015 "India Story" segment. For her first film, Reema received the Best Director Award at the 2016 Prag Cine Awards North-East.


2. Ajeyo

Ajeyo, directed by Padma Shri (2003) and Padma Bhushan (2015)-winning Assamese filmmaker Jahnu Barua Jahnu Barua, an Assamese Filmmaker, born on 17 Oct >> Read More... Jahnu Barua , is based on the Sahitya Akademi Award-winning novel by Arun Sharma Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Arun Sharma and tells the story of young freedom fighter Gojen Keot ( Rupam Chetia Rupam Chetia is an Assamese actor. He is known for >> Read More... Rupam Chetia ), who struggles with social and religious prejudices as well as societal stigmas. He has made it his life's work to oppose the bourgeoisie and is unwavering in his socio-political objectives and convictions. However, he is tormented by the guilt of holding himself accountable for the premature deaths of two of his coworkers as a result of his flawed analysis of a circumstance. In a rural area of Assam prior to independence, the film also subtly depicts the highly politicized and delicate topic of caste, child marriage, religious discrimination, and conflict between the Hindu and Muslim communities. The story of the movie cuts back and forth between the past and the present, conveying the despair of a freedom fighter who once thought that his beloved country's misery and suffering would end once it attained independence. It earned the Best Assamese Film prize at the 61st National Film Awards The National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More... National Film Awards as well as the Best Film prize at the 2014 Prag Cine Awards.

3. Kothanodi

Bhaskar Hazarika Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Bhaskar Hazarika wrote and directed the feature film Kothanodi, which features , Adil Hussain Adil Hussain is a prominent Indian television, fi >> Read More... Adil Hussain , Zerifa Wahid Zerifa was born in the year 1979 in Lakhimpur, Ass >> Read More... Zerifa Wahid , Urmila Mahanta Actress Urmila Mahanta made her debut on Bollywood >> Read More... Urmila Mahanta , Kopil Bora Kopil Bora predominantly works in Assamese project >> Read More... Kopil Bora , and Asha Bordoloi Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Asha Bordoloi . The movie's plot is based on well-known Assamese indigenous folktales. Kothanodi premiered at the 20th Busan International Film Festival, which took place from October 1 to 10, 2015, and earned the Asian Cinema Fund's Post Production Fund Award for that year. The movie got the Best Feature Film in Assamese prize at the 63rd National Film Awards in April 2016.


4. Baandhon

In the 2012 drama film Baandhon, Bishnu Kharghoria Bishnu Khargoria is an Indian actor who is well kn >> Read More... Bishnu Kharghoria and Bina Patangia play the main characters. Jahnu Barua served as the film's director, and Assam State Film (Finance & Development) Corporation Limited served as the company's producer. The movie was first shown on October 26, 2012, in the state of Assam, and then on July 5, 2013, it was shown in a few PVR cinemas around the rest of India. After the terrorist assault on November 26, 2008, an elderly couple named Dandeswar and Hkawni travel to Mumbai in quest of their lost grandchild. The movie also won the Best Film prize in the Indian Films Competition at the Bengaluru International Film Festival. It was recognised as the Best Feature Film in Assamese at the 60th National Film Awards for the year 2012.


5. Maj Rati Keteki

is the writer and director of the 2017 Indian Assamese drama film Maj Rati Keteki. Adil Hussain plays the main in the movie. Hussain receives a Special Mention (feature picture) National Film Award at the 64th National Film Awards for his performance. The acclaimed author Priyendu Hazarika returns to the town where he first found inspiration to start his writing career after a long absence of more than ten years. Sometimes a novel mimics its author's life. The fictitious novel in question is "A River Runs Ashore," which is weaved into a meta-narrative. He recalls individuals he loved and lost as memories come flooding back. A childhood and grief narrative set in rural North Guwahati takes shape as a result of his frequent meanderings into memories. He acknowledges that he lacks the guts to include a bitter, unforgiving truth in his tales. But in the end, he chooses to confront his own truth alone, away from the applauding crowd.


6. Chameli Memsaab

Abdul Majid Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Abdul Majid directed the 1975 Indian Assamese romance drama movie Chameli Memsaab. A British tea estate owner and a native tea garden worker are involved in a love story that takes place on an Assamese tea farm. George Baker Indian actor George Baker was born on 28 October 1 >> Read More... George Baker and Binita Borgohain played the leads. Journalist and author Nirode Choudhury's short tale served as the inspiration for the movie. The movie was a critical and financial triumph, and starlet Baker became a matinee idol. The movie won Best Feature Film in Assamese and Best Music Direction for Bhupen Hazarika Bhupen Hazarika, born on September 8, 1926, was a >> Read More... Bhupen Hazarika at the 1975 National Film Awards. The movie was screened as part of the "Focus: North East" section at the 44th International Film Festival of India in Goa in 2013.


7. Bulbul Can Sing

A 2018 drama film in Assamese language, Bulbul Can Sing is directed by Rima Das Rima Das is a multi-faceted woman based out Assam. >> Read More... Rima Das . At the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, it was shown in the Contemporary World Cinema section. Three youngsters who are attempting to accept their sexual identities are the main focus of the movie. At India's 66th National Film Awards, the movie took home the prize for Best Feature Film in Assamese.


8. Piyoli Phukan

A 1955 black-and-white movie in the Assamese language, Piyoli Phukan was directed by Phani Sarma Phani Sarma, born in the year 1910, was a theatric >> Read More... Phani Sarma . The movie is based on the life and struggles of an Assamese historical figure named Piyoli Phukan, the son of Badan Borphukan and a rebel against British rule. At 1830, he received a death sentence and was executed in Jorhat. Gama Prasad Agarwalla is responsible for producing the movie under the Rupjyoti Productions name in Tezpur and Assam. Bhupen Hazarika is the composer of the music. Piyoli Phukan is the first Assamese film to receive widespread acclaim. The Certificate of Merit in State Awards recognized the movie.


9. Othello

The 2017 drama film Othello was produced by Manabendra Adhikary Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Manabendra Adhikary and was directed by Hemanta Kumar Das Hemanta Kumar Das is a talented director. He was b >> Read More... Hemanta Kumar Das under the banner of Artha Films. Jupitora Bhuyan Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Jupitora Bhuyan and Arup Baishya Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Arup Baishya play the leading characters in the movie. According to a press statement, the Assamese feature film Othello took home the prize for outstanding screenplay at the 14th annual Indian Cine Film Festival, which was held today in Mumbai. Ranjit Sarma wrote the story and the screenplay for the movie. The movie was helmed by Hemanta Kumar Das, with music by . Nahid is the cinematographer. Along with 24 other Indian films, Othello was chosen for the "Indian Showcase" Jagran Film Festival in Mumbai. According to Ranjit sharma, this is the first Assamese movie with a call girl as the main female character.

10. Ronuwa

Jadhav, a cycle rickshaw driver who barely makes enough money to maintain his family, is the protagonist of the movie. He and his wife Makon hope to fulfill their unfulfilled dreams by ensuring that their kids have a good education. However, a flood in Guwahati wreaks havoc on their way of life. The plot is based on manufactured floods that happen in the city of Guwahati as a result of severe precipitation. The narrative focuses on human suffering.