Assamese film selected for International Fake Flesh Film Festival 2017, Canada

Guwahati, October 21: In another proud moment for the state, Assamese filmĀ “Chirag project – Kahinir Aror Kahini” has been selected at the International Fake Flesh Film Festival, 2017 of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.

It must be noted that the film is a found footage film.

About the film: Chirag is an Assamese film which never got to see the light of the day. In 2014, Sourav Baishya and some of his friends started their most ambitious project CHIRAG, an action thriller film. However, after the team completed half of the shoot in a year and released a teaser, due to budget constraints, they couldn’t start the last schedule immediately. After two years, they decided to resume the shoot and got ready with some new crew members for location hunting. The destination was Mayong. As the Director Sourav faced some problems at the moment, he sent the crew members to the location and asked them to shoot every location. Shockingly, all four of the crew members got lost. The location they were last seen at was a village called Kalpanapur, near Mayong. After several days, the Police recovered their DSLRs, Laptops and Handicam which had around Six hours of footage.

Watch the teaser here of the film.

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Whether it is a concept of the film or it is the actual story, that really happened in Mayong, one has to wait for its release.




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