‘Vithya’, ‘Womb on Rent’ and ‘A Rainy Day’ Discussed on IFFI Platform



‘Vithya’, ‘Womb on Rent’ and ‘A Rainy Day’ Discussed on IFFI Platform

A press briefing on three regional films ‘Vithya’ (Marathi Non-feature Film), ‘Womb on Rent’ (English Non-Feature Film) and ‘A Rainy Day’ (Marathi Feature Film) was held at 45th IFFI today.


Director PrassanaPondeexpressed that his film Vithya deals with the hardships that the villagers from his village face due to the pathetic conditions of the roads. Inspired from a personal experience he confronted with regard his village road was the reason behind he making the film. KetakiPonde, the producer of the film also spoke to the press.

The director of ‘Womb on Rent’ Mrs. Ishani K. Duttanarrated her movie to be an emotional journey of a surrogate mother, right from the day she signs a `bond` that puts her womb on rent. She agreed that she could not sum up the whole facets of the problem that surrogacy has intrinsic, yet she made every effort to bring forth crux of the problem. Replying to a query she informed that the surrogacy industry involves 50 thousand crore rupees across the world.

Rajendratalak, Director of ‘A Rainy Day’, highlighted that the film deals with the greed of a person that leads to corruption at various levels. He also said that corruption is an issue which can be prevented if everyone decides not to indulge in it. The best part of the film is the narration of the story by using natural sound without any background music.He said,ResulPookotty and AmritPritamDutta were instrumental in arranging the natural sound.
‘Vithya’, ‘Womb on Rent’ and ‘A Rainy Day’ Discussed on IFFI Platform ‘Vithya’, ‘Womb on Rent’ and ‘A Rainy Day’ Discussed on IFFI Platform Reviewed by Ajit Kumar on 8:16 AM Rating: 5

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