The story is about a boy (Prabhat) who is unemployed and unproductive with a bizarre lifestyle and has never seen a morning in a long time until one day he finally witnesses it and things change for him.
Shot on the Ghats of Ganga in Patna, the film explores the problem of depression and the uncalled-for attitude that youth has cultivated in this contemporary fast paced world. The story tries to give an effective way of dealing with attitude towards life and how to perceive things in a better and positive way.
Inspired by true incidents.
JAANO JUNCTION presents
BHOR : a short film by Kshitij Choudhary
Rishav Raj as Prabhat
Bhawana Varma as Maa
Nabhaneel as Friend
Shayan Mozaffar as Father
Presenting a funky travel-montage film from my trip to the land of Buddha, Bodh Gaya, Bihar. Created this last year but don’t know what took me so long to post. I hope you like it.
About 110kms from Patna, India, Bodh Gaya is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From 2500 years old Bodhi Tree to 1600 years old Mahabodhi Temple, this video covers the glimpse of other places of interest in the city too. Various spots shown here are: Bodhi Tree, Main Temple, Chakramara Sthal, Thai Temple, Chinese Temple, 80ft Buddha Statue
Timelapse sequence by Sanchit Kumar Singh
Thank you Papa-Mamma, Swadha, Sanchit & Akshaya for a memorable journey.
Share it for the love of Buddha, Bodh Gaya and Bihar.
महीनों बाद घर आया हूँ
माँ ने है मटन बनाया
और आज बारिश में भीगने को मिला |
कपड़े गंदे होने का डर नही है
माँ जो है घर पर
डर अगर है तो माँ से डांट का
लेकिन उससे क्या होगा?
बचपन जीने का एक बहाना मिल जाएगा
माँ भी है बड़ी प्यारी सी
कुछ नही बोली वो
खुशी दिख गयी होगी चेहरे पर मेरे |
जब अपने किराये के मकान में रहता हूँ
दिल्ली की कॉन्क्रीट वादियों में भटकता हूँ
बारिश से नफ़रत सी होती है
पीठ पे होता लैपटॉप और जेब मे बटुए के भीगने का खौफ़
जब भी बरसता आसमान
दौड़े भागता चलता हूँ छत की तलाश में
महीनों बाद घर आया हूँ
और बारिश में भीगने को मिला
बचपन जीने को मिला |
This is a cover video of the original song ‘Roke Na Ruke Naina’ of film ‘Badrinathnath Ki Dulhaniya’ by Bollywood singer Arijit Singh. We have tried to give a twist and all new perspective and meaning to the our through our vision. Music mixed and arranged by Keshav Tyohar. Concept and directed by Kshitij Choudhary. I hope you like it.
Patna is not a vast city in comparison to the metro cities and many other popular cities. But it doesn’t make it less interesting. If you’re on a tight schedule or on a short business/leisure trip, here are few places in the town that you should visit and experience the city’s life and soul. There is lot to do and many places to go, through which you can satiate yourself. Here are some handpicked places to visit in Patna that will provide guaranteed satisfaction to you if you’re short on time and have no idea where to start.
Buddha Smriti Park
A regular light and sound show happens inside Buddha Smriti Park. It is peaceful and tickets are cheap too. It’s nice for a walk in the evening. There are also the remains of Purana Jail and a museum too inside the park. The museum has a different entry ticket.
Ganga Aarti at NIT Ghat
A must visit is Ganga Aarti at NIT Ghat (Bhagirathi Vihar) which happens in the evening on weekends. On weekdays you may take a nauka-vihar(a boat ride) to reach the Ganga Beach and if you are lucky, you may find Gangetic Dolphins playing in …….. (click here to read full article).