Guwahati: Assam Actress Aimee Baruah wins big in Toronto International Women Film Festival under the 'best actress' category for her award-winning movie 'Semkhor.'
Semkhor, the first-ever Dimasa language movie directed by Aimee Baruah, has now made its way to Toronto International Women Film Festival.
The movie revolves around the cultural and traditional aspects of Dimasa communities and their heritage. "Semkhor, the award-winning Dimasa language film, represents the practices, customs, and folk notions of the people of Semkhor.
The Semsa tribe keeps themselves apart from modernization and remains detached from the external environment.
Earlier, the movie received outstanding recognition under 'Best Narrative,' 'Best Women Film,' and 'Best Debut Film Maker' categories.
Aimee Baruah, a famous name in the Assamese film industry, has worked on at least twenty-five feature films to date. Some of her famous movies include Chal Gori, Anjana and Raangdhali.