‘Chor – The Bicycle’ Set to Hit The Screens

The film has already been selected to the Goa Film Bazaar organised by the International Film Festival of India 2011 and also invited to the Producer Lab, Cinemart, organised by the International Film Festival of Rotterdam 2012.

After his critically acclaimed short film ‘Saknoia – The River Flows’, Khanjan Kishore Nath is back with a new venture, a feature film project – ‘Chor – The Bicycle’, which is now all set to hit the theatres. The film has been produced by Sanjive Narain under the banner of AM Television Productions in association with Ramdhenu Films and Whiteflower.

The story of the film revolves around a few kids and their attraction towards a bicycle which changes their friendship, love, relations and their lives. The key roles in the film have been essayed by Gunjan Saikia, Raktim Gayan, Abhilasha Kakoty, Sachin Nath, Amiya Hazarika, Seema Baruah, Purabi Saikia among others. The music of the film has been scored by Anurag Saikia whereas a song has been rendered by Nahid Afrin. The cinematography of the film has been done by Jayanth Mathavan from Tamil Nadu, sound designing by Manas Protim Goswami and editing is by Bikash Dutta. Besides directing, Khanjan Kishore Nath has also written the film’s story and script.

The film has already been selected for Goa Film Bazaar organized by the International Film Festival of India 2011 and was also invited to the Producer Lab, Cinemart, organised by the International Film Festival of Rotterdam 2012. Notably, this is the first film in Assamese language to be invited to the Producer Lab, Rotterdam. Among the 23 projects in Goa Film Bazaar, only 4 projects were invited to the lab and ‘The Bicycle’ is the first project for that. Besides that, ‘Chor’ was also invited to Video Library Selection organized by 32nd Guadalajara International Film Festival 2017 in Mexico, the most prestigious film festival in Latin America, and also got the official selection in the Competitive Panorama section at the 10th International Children’s Film Festival, Bangladesh 2017.

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