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Putting an end to the long wait of fans, the release date for Gaon–The Village NO More” has been announced. Director, Gautam Singh announced the date through his Facebook page. The movie will repeatedly release on October 26, 2018. Gaon is inspired by the true story of his own village in Jharkhand, India
Film revolves around a secret village called Bharatgaon which was founded by revolutionaries during British era to save the culture and civilisation of India. Generations of villagers have upheld the principal rule of Bharatgaon mandating that no one leave, and as a result, the village has remained secret and untouched for centuries. The founders believed that the new Western-modelled civilization emerging within India at the time ran against the human spirit and would ultimately imprison citizens within unshakable chains of slavery. Their intention was to save at least one village.
Explaining the film Gautam says, “This film is inspired by the true story of my village in Jharkhand, India. Once in this remote and isolated community, villagers coexisted like members of a large extended family where they maintained a unique way of life—mellow and harmonious, celebratory and united.
Gautam further adds, “This film is an attempt to pack 200 years of India’s history into two hours of cinema. Herein, The Village called Bharatgaon, is itself the protagonist whose character unrecognizably transforms given events transpiring around and in it. Bharatgaon and lead male character Bharat serve as metaphors for the state of India, though representing diametrically opposed interpretations while simultaneously residing within one nation – competing, confronting, and falling for each other. This film is the outcome of those encounters”.
Impressed with Gautam’s story, Aljazeera Media Network has done a documentary on the making of Gaon which is releasing worldwide this September.
Ø Gopal K Singh as Vaidji
Gopal is known for his works in Bollywood films like Budha in the traffic Jam, Page3, Ek Hasina thi, Traffic Signal, Culcutta Mail, Company, Bardast, Hate Story, Lethal Commission, Darna Jaroori Hai, Mumbai Mirror, Jail and many more
Ø Neha Mahajan as Sango
Neha has played lead role several well-known films such as Midnight’s Children (2012), Coffee Ani Barach Kahi (2015), Youth (2016), TTMM (2017) etc.
Ø Rohit Pathak as Mangla
Rohit Pathak is an actor, known for Once Upon a Time in Mumbai (2010), Mithya (2008) and Jannat 2 (2012).
Ø Shadab Kamal as Bharat
Shadab Kamal is an actor, known for B.A. Pass (2012), Meeruthiya Gangsters (2015) and Har Har Byomkesh (2015).
Ø Omkar Das Manikpuri as Sambhu
Omkar Das Manikpuri is an actor, known for Peepli Live (2010), India’s Daughter (2015) and Monsoon Shootout (2013).
Ø Dibyendu Bhattacharya as Vaidji
Dibyendu Bhattacharya is an actor, known for Dev.D (2009), Black Friday (2004) and Lootera (2013).