Last few days if you have been active on the internet – the pictures that comes through online is a bit blurry. All thanks to the innumerable updates about Delhi Smog and the consequent after effects of this menace – which includes deaths due to road accidents to schools being shut to even marathons being pulled off citing health concerns.
Situation looks grim. Straight out of a dystopian future that we may have visualised for 2050, is now much advanced. And threatening to take away our existence off this Earth.
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Hence, if there was any a time good enough to speak about Climate Change – it is NOW. Not tomorrow not next year, but now. This very moment.
In this fight against Climate Change, we are joined by a very important movie of our times – Kadvi Hawa. The movie which has found special mention at 64th National Awards, is based on a true story.
Brought to us by Drishyam Films, Directed by Nila Madhab Panda, the movie stars Sanjai Mishra, Ranvir Shorey and Tillotama Shome, the movie hits a theatre near you on 24th November, 2017.
The film is based on true stories from drought prone Bundelkhand region and the vanishing villages from coastal Odisha & Chambal region of Dholpur, Rajasthan.
It narrates to us plight of an average human being today – An old man and a young bank recovery agent, ironically both coming from two extremely weather conditions having zero contribution to the global climate change, fight for their survival.
We at Blogchatter are pleased that we are bringing to you the message of the movie and the story behind it – up close and personal.
Across our platforms you can tune into the spirit of this powerful motion picture and add your voice to the urgency of fighting climate change – Simply use hashtag #KadviHawa to reach us and the team.