Puja Pain Phulatie

Pooja Pain Phulatie (English: A rose for Pooja) is a 2007 Indian Odia film, directed by Gadadhar Puty.The film has won the National Film Awards for Best Feature Film in Odia in 2006.[1][2]

Pooja Pain Phulatie
Directed byGadadhar Puty
Produced byPadmini Puty
Written byGadadhar Puty
StarringAdyasha Mahapatra
Sarat Pujari
Akankshya Kabi
Sumanta Mani
Music byVikash Das
CinematographyJugal Debata
Edited byGadadhar Puty
Release date
  • 2007 (2007)
Running time
96 minute
CountryIndia
LanguageOdia

SynopsisEdit

Pooja, an orphan, is brought up in a brickyard with her grandfather. She is excellent in her studies and co curricular activities. The owner of the brickyard takes her to his city house for higher studies but his wife engages Pooja as a domestic hand and does not allow her to go to school. A strong bond develops between her spoilt daughter, Mickey and Pooja. Within a short time Pooja transforms Mickey into an all round champion. One day Pooja hurt her leg. Mickey did all her work and helped her friend. When the friendship reaches a peak level, Pooja is driven out from their house. Pooja went back to the village to meet her grandfather. When she heard that he is dead broken she lived at a temple. She was later treated and adopted by a doctor. Years later these two tender hearts meet: Mickey with eye injury and Pooja to help her without revealing her identity. She acted as a deaf and mute. Mickey’s condition aggravates and Pooja prays almighty for Mickey at the cost of her life. Pooja dies of cancer and donates her eyes for Mickey. She searched for Pooja everywhere. She later realises that Pooja is dead and Mickey sees the light of the world through Pooja’s eyes.[3]

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Award & ParticipationEdit

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ReviewEdit

The film revolve around a 13-year-old girl, her love and friendship, and the turmoil she faces in relationships. Her inchoate awakening to the complexities of life and living forms the staple in and around Bhubaneswar.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Odia Film Aadim Vichar Ends 7-yr Wait for National Award". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 2 March 2019.
  2. ^ IANS (8 May 2015). "Odiya cinema making remakes of South Indian films: Sabyasachi Mohapatra (IANS Interview)". Business Standard India. Retrieved 2 March 2019.
  3. ^ http://gadadharputy.blogspot.com/
  4. ^ "Odia cinema losing sheen,Just making remakes". Retrieved 2 March 2019.
  5. ^ http://gadadharputy.blogspot.com/
  6. ^ http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/fr/2005/05/06/stories/2005050601990200.htm

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