National Award by Govt. of India

National Award by Govt. of India

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“MIRROR OF THE CLEAN INDIA” COVER PICTURE | AMIR HASHMI FILMS

 


Synopsis

Making dirt is not just a bad habit, it’s a physiological disease. In the film a man has lost his mind to make too much litters and making garbage, trying to find his peace of mind.


Director Statement

I personally feel that making litters is an addiction. It increase time by time as same as alcoholic person. Just like an alcoholic guy finding his peace on his addiction, time by time we are trying to find the peace to make litters. It feels few time relax when we make garbage of litters but the reality is that. It makes and addiction and same as alcohol it harms us slowly. Making litters is not the right way to relax and its not cool at all, to make that waste clear and leave the life clean is gives you the real peace of mind.


  • Film title: Mirror of the Clean India | Film Type: Short
  • Genres: Fictional, Social, Drama
  • Runtime: 3 minutes 35 seconds
  • Completion Date: October 1, 2016
  • Production Budget: 1,500 USD
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Country of Filming: India
  • Film Language: Hindi
  • Shooting Format: Digital
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Film Color: Color
  • First-time Filmmaker: No
  • Student Project: No

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Kala Shikhar Award

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Amir Hashmi Awarded by the Kala Shikhar Award 2016, by the Dalit Kala Sahitya Academy, Chhattisgarh, In the Occasion of Baba Saheb Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar Jayanti Samaroh 2016

 

Pride of Artist Award 

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AMIR HASHMI AWARDED BY THE PRIDE OF ARTIST AWARD

 

Samman Patra

by Chhattisgarh Cultural & Tourism Minister

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Tourism & Cultural  Minister Shree Brijmohan Agrawal