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National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Oriya

The National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Oriya is one of the National Film Awards presented annually by the Directorate of Film Festivals, the organisation set up by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, India. It is one of several awards presented for feature films and awarded with Rajat Kamal (Silver Lotus).

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Sri Lokenath

Sri Lokenath

Sri Lokenath (1960) is an Oriya film directed by Prafulla Sengupta, and based on the story by Aswini Kumar Ghosh.[1] The Indian socio-fantasy film won a National Film Award in 1960, and was the 11th Oriya film produced under Ruprang Pvt. Ltd

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Nua Bou

Nua Bou

Nua Bou (Oriya: ନୂଆ ବୋଉ), is a 1962 Indian Oriya film directed by Prabhat Mukherjee, which presents the sociocultural scenario of rural village in India in 1970s

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Neeraba Jhada

Neeraba Jhada

Neeraba Jhada (Oriya: ନିରବ ଝଡ),a.k.a. The silent storm is an 1984 award winning Indian Oriya film directed by Manmohan Mahapatra, which depicts the realities of village existence, where dehumanized peasants still dream of a more fulfilling life.

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Shesha Drushti

Shesha Drushti

Shesha Drushti (Oriya: େଶଷ ଦୃଷ୍ଟି, English The Last Vision) is a 1997 Indian Oriya film directed by Apurba Kishore Bir, which deals with the disillusionment of a dying freedom fighter who has to bribe a government official to get his son a job

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Biswaprakash

Biswaprakash

Biswaprakash (aka The Young Rebel) (Oriya: ବିଶ୍ବପ୍ରକାଶ) is a 1999 India Oriya film directed by Susant Misra. This multi-layered plot with complex characters has been young and acclaimed filmmaker Susant Mishra’s favourite format on celluloid like his earlier acclaimed film Indradhanura Chhai that claimed the Grand Prix prize at the Soochi International Film Festival in Russia and was screened at the coveted Cannes Film Festival. Biswaprakash, besides claiming a berth in the Indian Panorama in the last IFFI has also been screened in Cairo, Singapore and Sanghai international film festivals. The film has further fetched the National Film Award as the best film in regional category.

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Magunira Shagada

Magunira Shagada

Magunira Shagada (Oriya: ମାଗୁଣି ର ଶଗଡ, is a 2002 Indian Oriya film directed by Prafulla Mohanty. This film is based on story by Late Pt. Godavarish Mahapatra, which speaks of the importance of cultural traditions and about not forgetting one’s roots.

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Aw Aaakare Aa

Aw Aaakare Aa

Aw Aaakare Aa (Oriya: ଅ ଆକାେର ଆ) is a 2003 Indian Oriya film directed by Subash Das,This film reflects change in the present education system and projected another very sensitive issue — the drudgery and defeatism of modern education system

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Kathantara

Kathantara

Kathantara (Oriya: କଥାନ୍ତର, English Another Story) is a 2007 Indian Oriya film directed by Himansu Khatua, a story of tribulations of 1999 Orissa cyclone. Much before the Tsunami became a household name all over the world, the coastal belts of Orissa were hit by what has come to be known as the "Super Cyclone" that killed more than 10,000 people and rendered still more homeless. But public memory is short lived and it is a commendable effort on the part of the director Himansu Khatua to rake up the issue in his second feature film, perhaps the only Indian film that recalls those fateful days that changed the lives of so many people within a span of just a few days and its aftermath.

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Puja Pain Phulatie

Puja Pain Phulatie

Pooja Pain Phulatie (aka - A rose for Pooja)(Oriya: ପୂଜା ପାଇଁ ଫୁଲଟିଏ) is a 2007 Indian Oriya film, directed by Gadadhar Puty. It is the story of an extraordinary 12 year girl Pooja and her relationship with another girl of 5 years, Mickey.

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