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“Jadugoda” Wins International Acclaim: Best Short Fiction Film at Rio de Janeiro Festival

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Satish Munda’s film “Jadugoda” has gained international recognition, winning the Best Short Fiction Film award at a film festival in Rio de Janeiro, Africa.

“Jadugoda” highlights the suffering of villagers affected by uranium radiation. In an interview with Local18, Satish shared that his friend Rupesh Sahu introduced him to this story. Although Satish knew about Jadugoda, the unique plot inspired him to visit the villages and understand the people’s pain. He found that due to uranium, the villagers were sick and tormented, which motivated him to create a film on this sensitive issue.

"Jadugoda" Wins International Acclaim: Best Short Fiction Film at Rio de Janeiro Festival

Global Acclaim Satish mentioned that many documentaries have been made about Jadugoda, but there had never been a fiction film. Fiction, with its touch of entertainment, can make issues more relatable and understandable for the audience. People have appreciated the film, and it has been showcased at various places, receiving praise for its storyline. Besides winning the award in Rio de Janeiro, Satish Munda was also honored with the Best Young Filmmaker Award from the Samuel Lawrence Foundation. The main cast includes Bollywood actor Harish Khanna, and actors from Jharkhand like Chanda Mehra, Santosh Mridul, and Mahadev Toppo.

Satish Munda hails from Kunwar Tola in Ramgarh. His father, Ganesh Munda, runs a ration shop, and his mother is a homemaker. After completing his early education at Ramgarh High School, he moved to Ranchi and graduated from Marwari College. He then learned the nuances of filmmaking at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune.

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