Guwahati /Nalbari : One after the other, Assam’s film industry has been bringing laurels through its continuous show of award getting ceremony, with many new talents from Assam doing the honors of making the state proud in the entertainment field.
Yet another young man, Mukul Haloi, film director of “Loralir hadhukotha” hailing from Nalbari, won the national award for the same.
Film Director Mukul Haloi was given the award for the much praised Assamese film “Loralir Hadhukotha” in an award function held at Chennai’s N.F.D.C Tagore Centre. The award was presented to Haloi by the very eminent journalist A. Panirselbhane of the National Daily Newspaper “The Hindu”.
An alumni of FDII, “Loralir Hadhukotha” is Haloi’s first ever complete commercial movie in Assamese language.
The film has been set in the 90s which shows Assamese youngsters growing up amidst the wave of Assam Movement and their emotional attachment to the patriotic notions of the 90s.
The movie was premiered in Mumbai’s International Film Festival, then after world premiered in Indonesia, Kolkata, Delhi, Bhubaneshwar, Shillong and many other places.
In the coming month of May, the movie “Loralir Hadhukotha” will be shown in Spain’s Madrid as part of the world film festival.
India’s popular cultural magazine “Marg” even stated that this movie has set the benchmark as the country’s most historic film ever made in regional language.
On the other hand, Mukul Haloi also released a short film by the name “Ghormuwa” which too won the best movie in the short film category at the Dharmshala Film Festival held in 2018.
As per reports, the movie “Loralir Hadhukotha” will be shown at ‘Guwahati International Documentary and short film festival’ on 23 January.