Best Film, Best Actress, Best Story/screen play award

02/21/2013 20:03

Brief details on Hindi feature film
“TARA … the journey of love and passion"

Genre : Drama

Length 1 hr 45 mins

This is a film on girl child ,  women enpowerment  & its a women oriented film dealing with a very intresting story script & screenplay written by Dr Prof Krishna Kumar Pawar . The story  deals with various problems faced by women Indian villages and how the female protagonist Tara  deals with it & comes out of same . Tara is played by  a young talented beautiful theatre artist Rekha Rana .

The cast including Rekha Rana ,  the hero  Rohan Shroff , Ashish Salim  & many more artists are from famous theatre , ANK group  of late Mr Dinesh Thakur .

The film is produced & directed by Kumar Raj of Kumar Raj Productions .

Music is Prakash Prabakar & Siddarth Kayshap , Cinematographor is Suresh Beesavani .

The commercial version of the film will be released in march 2013 .

The festival version of the film was completed & has been selected in competition section  in following film festivals:

Global film festival

Delhi International film festival

Jaipur International film festival 2013

Nashik International film festival

The writer Prof . Dr Kishan Pawar has written script & story , he has  won interntional award in south africa as best story for our film Tara .

The film has received appreciation at all film festivals .

The film's heroine Rekha Rana received ‘Best Actress”  award at Jaipur International film festival by Oscar Award winning producer who was also in the jury , Mr Mark Bassant on 3rd  Feb 2013 .

The film has been submitted  for Cannes film festival , May 2013 .

Following is Synopsis of the Hindi Feature Film : Tara , The Journey of Love & passion .

Synopsis of Hindi Feature Film

“Tara  the journey of love and passion”

Produced & Directed By Kumar Raj

Kumar Raj Productions

Genre: Drama

Merely a few hundred kilometers away from the hustle and bustle of the fanatically fast paced Mumbai city lies the deceptively sleepy village of Tanda. A village girl Tara seems to be content with her confined life, very much in love with her liquor maker husband. But, when the beautiful protagonist’s seemingly mundane existence parts ways to reveal the unspoken realities of exploitation and darkness enveloping the village, she leads the villagers in their quest for survival, only to realize that she is up against something she may not be prepared to fight against—prejudice. The young woman who bravely stood up for the whole community finds herself cruelly alienated in her most vulnerable moment.

Ultimately, after a series of gut wrenching experiences, she has to make a choice... Based on disturbingly common realities of Indian villages, this powerful story of self-discovery transcends the original theme of tribal strife to raise a universal question—can you always choose freedom & self-respect over social acceptance?  The journey of  the extraordinary woman Tara in very difficult situations reveals the story of love and passion  and how she deals with same.