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A1 Paramic Production to produce Hojak Oik


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Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati

A1 Paramic Production is going to produce a movie “Hojak Oik”.

The film is basically about the problems and situations arise due to the socio-economic changes in a village. The story presents the life-style of the people in a Bishnupriya Manipuri village and the culture, traditions and customs they follow.

‘Hojak Oik’ throws light on the serious problem of unemployment and its consequences that compel the unemployed youths of the village to leave their native place for towns in the search of livelihood. The story further highlights their struggle in a new environment among unknown people to establish themselves; their strife to conform themselves to the new conditions. In the meantime, how they adapt new life style and indulge in the other activities.

The producer of the film is Rita Sinha. The story of the film is written by Porimal Sinha and Rita Sinha. The film will be directed by Porimal Sinha. Porimal Sinha hails from Kailasahar(Tripura) and presently residing at Guwahati(Assam).

Porimal Sinha and his film production team appeals to the Bishnupriya Manipuri people all around the world and specially the Bishnupriya Manipuris from Tripura to give thier full support and co-operation in making the film. Suggestions and advice from people is invited in this context. Interested person may contact Porimal Sinha for any query or for giving any suggestion related to the film in his contact number-09435042567.

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