Omung Kumar’s 2014 directorial “Mary Kom”, which was chosen for the Selected International Film Festival Junior (SIFFJ), has won the Best Film grant and has been invested with the Bronze Horse Award, the celebration’s top honor.
The jury for the lesser segment of the celebration comprised of youngsters from the age of nine to 17.
Kumar, who directed the Priyanka Chopra-starrer biopic of the fanciful Indian boxer M.C Mary Kom, was available at the screening of his film after which youngsters from different age groups made inquiries in an intuitive session.
“The Indian Embassy took complete consideration of me and the Indian Ambassador Banashri Bose Harrison herself took me around to show Sweden and its islands. She sorted out a screening of ‘Mary Kom’ for her visitors additionally, and had two meals in my honor.
“This recompense is a hugesuccess for us in light of the fact that now it will cross over any barrier in the middle of Sweden and India, and we will have the capacity to appropriate our movies here,” Kumar said in an announcement.
“Mary Kom” will be showcased in Sweden again by the Indian Embassy at the Indian Film Festival one month from now.