Raipur. Regional Cinema: Bhulan The Maze: Chhattisgarhi language film ‘Bhulan The Maze’ has been selected for the National Film Award for Best Film in the Regional Film Category. State’s filmmaker Manoj Verma has made this film. Its shooting has been done in Mahuabhatha village near Raipur and in the surrounding forests, where this film has been made after many dangers and difficulties. The story of the film is based on Sanjeev Bakshi’s novel Bhulan Kanda.
Due to lack of mainstream cinema, ‘Bhulan The Maze’ was not getting screens in the country, but after being selected for the National Award, the discussion on its story started and now the film is going to be released in theaters on May 27. Is. Ahead of its release today, a new trailer of the film has been launched. Trailer By watching this trailer, you can guess how entertaining and fun this film will be.
The theme of the film is very special
While narrating the story behind the camera, the director of the film Manoj Verma said that this film is based on Sanjeev Bakshi’s novel Bhulan Kanda, it took a lot of hard work to make this film and all the actors worked hard. The centerpiece of the film’s story is a kanda named Bhulan, found in the jungles of Chhattisgarh. People say that after falling on this shoulder, a person forgets his way.
Manoj told that a Vaidya of Keshkal had also shown him a plant of Bhulan Kanda, which people go astray as soon as they cross it and the rural tribals also treat malaria with it. The blunders and mazes on this path and the judiciary system have been built on the blunder-the-table. Chhattisgarhia artist Omkardas Manikpuri, who has appeared in the lead role in films like Peepli Live, is the lead character in this film.
Manoj Verma told that while making the film, it was thought that it has to be released on the national and international platform and now the expectations have increased due to being selected for the National Award. Manoj Varma said that after making a film it is necessary to have commercial success, only then a filmmaker can think of making another film and hence the government also needs to cooperate with the cinema.