National Award Winner made a documentary on 'Love-Jihad', the victims told the story of torture

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National Award Winner made a documentary on 'Love-Jihad', the victims told the story of torture
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Amy Barua's new documentary 'Screaming Butterflies' is scheduled to be displayed at the South Asian Film Festival on issues like Love-Jehad. It has received the 'Silver Contenn' Award at the Mumbai International Film Festival. It is believed that there can be a dispute about this documentary due to your content.

Kolkata. National Award winning director Amy Barua has created a new documentary which is on the issue of 'Love-Jihad'. Actor -turned -director Amy has been awarded the National Award for her film 'Semkhor'. The film was the first film in Dimsa language. Now his new documentary 'Screaming Butterflies' on issues like Love-Jihad is to be screened at the South Asian Film Festival. It has received the 'Silver Contenn' Award at the Mumbai International Film Festival. It is believed that there can be a dispute about this documentary due to your content.

Documentary starts with disclaimer According to a report by the Times of India, the documentary starts with a disclaimer. The disclaimer states that the content of the film or any part will be used as proof in the court. Interviews of all the victims are official. Everyone had allowed us and the director was told that their faces should not be blurred in the video. All these cases are still going on in court.

Marriage of identity hiding Amy Barua started shooting for this documentary in 2021. Barua says-I know 26 girls from Assam who were tortured by those who hid their identity during marriage. I am still in touch with them all. I just wanted to hear his stories first. When I listened to his story completely and then asked for permission to make the video.

handle the camera himself After talking to 26 women, Barua decided that she would focus on 4 of these women. Talking to these women, many Barua took over the responsibility of the camera, so that these women can openly speak.

identity of all women revealed with consent According to Barua, these women have agreed to reveal the identity in the presence of a lawyer. He hopes that this story will be able to save other girls from getting caught in such cases. My film is not to target any community. It is wrong for a person of any community to marry by hiding identity and forces them to convert.

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