Trailers Of Nagesh Kukunoor’s 'Dhanak' & Nishant Roy Bombarde's 'Daaravtha' Released!

By Srikanth Kanchinadham. Posted on April 06, 2016

Nagesh Kukunoor’s award winning feature Dhanak (Rainbow) finally has a trailer. The film won the Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury (for Best feature-length film) at Berlinale 2015. It also received a special mention in the Generation KPlus category judged by the children's jury.

The film was also screened at the TIFF Kids International Film Festival last year. After a successful run at Indian and international festivals, the film which stars Hetal Gada, Krrish Chhabria, Rajiv Lakshman and Vipin Sharma among others will release in India on the 10th of June.

 Do check out it's trailer right below:

Produced by Manish Mundra, Dhanak revolves around an eight-year-old visually challenged boy, whose elder sister promises him that his vision will return before his next birthday. Her promise leads them onto a journey through Rajasthan. The promos seem interesting and promise us yet another quality film from the studio that gave us Aankhon Dekhi, Umrika and Masaan previously.

Another film that released its trailer today is Nishant Roy Bombarde's film Daaravtha (Threshold). Bombarde won the National award for Best Debut Film of a Director (in Non Feature Film category) at the recently announced 63rd National Film Awards. Daaravtha showcases the life of an adolescent, Pankaj who is discovering his sexuality.

The film has also been selected at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA). Watch below the trailer of the film:

We are glad to present you with the Official Trailer of 'Daaravtha'. Winner of the "Best Debut Film of a Director" at the 63rd National Film Awards in the Non Feature Film category. #Daaravtha

Posted by Daaravtha on Tuesday, April 5, 2016

 

Bombarde has produced the National Award-winning Elizabeth Ekadashi and Nagraj Manjule's Sairat, the latter was recently premiered at Berlinale.


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