Baromas at Washington Film Festival
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Baromas, a Hindi movie based on the award-wining Sahitya Akademi novel by the same name, has been selected for the DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF) to be held from March 6 to 10 in Washington, DC. The only Indian movie to be selected, it will compete in the Feature Films category.Launched in 1999 to nurture independent film, 2013 marks the 15th anniversary of DCIFF. Baromas' well-researched screenplay and fine performances by Benjamin Gilani and Seema Biswas was the criteria for the film's selection. It is directed by Dhiraj Meshram, and focuses on corrupt politicians, loan sharks and power brokers who thrive in small towns.
A coffee-table book on Paan Singh Tomar
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