Munnu an 8 year old boy, is struggling to learn the table of thirteen for quite a long time. But obviously, his marbles and his toy cart end up charming him more than the need to sit with a book and study. In the tribal heartland of Jharkhand, the government has waged a war against Maoists. The village environment has just begun to alter with the arrival of Paramilitary forces in the area. How does the family cope with such violently changing times? Will Munnu ever become responsible?
The film was selected for Indian Panaroma in 44th International Film Festival of India, Goa, 2013 in the Non-feature category.
It was also selected in SAARC film festival 2014.
BINISAYA Film Festival, Philippines, 2014
IMAGINE INDIA film festival, Madrid, Spain, 2013
1st Patna International Film Festival, 2015
Niranjan Kumar Kujur is a young Adivasi Filmmaker and his other works can be accessed here.
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