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Bikas Mishra

A Debut Filmmaker’s Guide To Script Writing
3 years ago

A Debut Filmmaker’s Guide To Script Writing

Debut filmmaker Bikas Mishra shares handy learnings from the making of his first film that can prove helpful to aspiring and upcoming filmmakers.
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Art Is Also Meant To Disturb
3 years ago

Art Is Also Meant To Disturb

Each scene in Chauranga has the ability to disturb you, to evoke an eerie feeling, dread, fear, to make you ill at ease.
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Onir’s Fundamentals For Every Film Producer
3 years ago

Onir’s Fundamentals For Every Film Producer

Noted director and producer Onir throws light on the key responsibilities of a film producer which go beyond just handling finances.
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Chauranga Is a Flawed Film, But The Idea Was Never to Make a Perfect Film
3 years ago

Chauranga Is a Flawed Film, But The Idea Was Never to Make a Perfect Film

Bikas Mishra explores the darker realities of life in a casteist, rural society through his debut film Chauranga that leaves much to imagination in a stroke of cinematic …
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I could have never written a film like Chauranga
3 years ago

I could have never written a film like Chauranga

As the Producer of Chauranga, Onir elaborates on what made the script click, the nuances of the process and what’s in store for Anticlock Films in 2016.
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Chauranga is set in a dark corner of shining India.
3 years ago

Chauranga is set in a dark corner of shining India.

Actor-Producer Sanjay Suri talks about his long association with Film Bazaar, his upcoming film Chauranga, association with Onir and more.
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Chauranga is inspired from a real incident but my idea was not to reconstruct reality – Bikas Mishra
4 years ago

Chauranga is inspired from a real incident but my idea was not to reconstruct reality – Bikas Mishra

By  •  IndieSpeak

Debutant filmmaker Bikas Ranjan Mishra highlights the violence of class oppression that still exists in rural India in his widely applauded film, Chauranga.
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Indian film to open International Film Festival Rotterdam 2014
5 years ago

Indian film to open International Film Festival Rotterdam 2014

Indian film Qissa will open the 43rd International Film Festival Rotterdam on January 22, 2014. Indian filmmaker Anup Singh’s Indo-German drama film has been chosen as the opening …
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