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Monday, April 8, 2013

Manoj Chandola: Using Hindi Film as Platform Spreading Kumaoni-Garhwali culture


Life Sketches of Kumaon-Garhwali (Uttarakhandi) Film Activists- 21

Review of Development of Garhwali-Kumauni (Uttarakhandi) Films, Music Albums, Documentary films -33

                                                Bhishma Kukreti

[Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading Kumaoni-Garhwali culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading Hills of Uttarakhand  culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Nainital culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Ranikhet culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Almora culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Bageshwar culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Champawat culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading Pithauragarh  culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Chamoli Garhwal culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Rudraprayag culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Pauri Garhwal culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Tihri Garhwal  culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Uttarkashi culture]

    Manoj Chandola hails from Pokhari village, Kanda Patti of Bageshwar , Kumaon. Manoj Chandola was born in 1964. From his student life, Chandola was attached to theatre.
    Manoj is attached to a Hindi film ‘Rajula’ (produced by Priyanka Chandola and Rama Upreti and penned and directed by Nitin Tiwari). Manoj wrote lyrics for the film. The music is composed by Sudhir and Milind for Rajula.
    Film Rajula attempts for understanding the power of ‘Woman in Love’. Ravi a journalist is in search of unique love story for his documentary film and encounters with famous Kaintura folklore Rajula Malu Shahi. The film goes with folk story of Rajula Malu Shahi and modern day life together. The feature film is very challenging from screenplay point of view. The film reveals many complicated human relationship and the realities.
  The film is filmed in Uttarakhand and shows beauty and harmony of Hills of Uttarakhand. There are 25 dialogues in Kumauni and Garhwali in the film.
   When this author talked with Manoj Chandola he revealed that the Rajula team is using Hindi language as platform to show the culture and past of Garhwal-Kumaon (Uttarakhand).
  Rajula got first prize for Best Audience preference Award in International Film festival 2012.
        
(Based on Telephonic Talk had with Manoj Chandola 9811189814)

Reference: Bhishma Kukreti, 2013, उत्तराखंडी फिल्मों का संक्षिप्त इतिहास

Copyright@   Bhishma Kukreti 5/4/2013
Life Sketches of Kumaon-Garhwali (Uttarakhandi) Film Activists to be continued… 22

Review of Garhwali and Kumauni Films, music albums, documentary films (Uttarakhandi) to be continued...34
Notes on Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading Kumaoni-Garhwali culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading Hills of Uttarakhand  culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Nainital culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Ranikhet culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Almora culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Bageshwar culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Champawat culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading Pithauragarh  culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Chamoli Garhwal culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Rudraprayag culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Pauri Garhwal culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Tihri Garhwal  culture; Using Hindi Film for Platform Spreading  Uttarkashi culture to be continued…