Khwina

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Khwina
Bodoखैना
Directed byPhaylaw Basumatary
Produced byDwimu Film Production Presents
StarringOmprakash Kherkatary
Jirina Brahma
Simang Chainary
Helina Daimary
Music byPhaylaw Basumatary
Release date
2016
Running time
130 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageBodo
Budget 4,00,000 (4 lakh)
Box office 6,00,000 (6 lakh)

Khwina is a 2016 Indian Bodo language action romantic film written, directed by Phaylaw Basumatary and produced by Dwimu Film Production Presents. The film stars Jirina Brahma in the title role, Omprakash Kherkatary, Simang Chainary and Helina Daimary in leading roles. Jesus Kherkatary is the negative role in the film. The film was released in 2016.[1][2]

Khwina was awarded the Best Film Award for 2016, in the 2nd Bodo Film Festival held at Dimakuchi, Udalguri district on 29 April 2017.[3]

Plot[edit]

The film tells a story about deforestation. Director and producer claimed that they made the film to aware people against ruthless deforestation. The story of Khwina takes place in Manas National Park.

Cast[edit]

  • Omprakash Kherkatary as Orgeng
  • Jirina Brahma as Khwina
  • Simang Chainary as Aron Khungur Brahma (Aron)
  • Helina Daimary as Dodere
  • Jesus Kherkatary as Gobda
  • Phaylaw Basumatary as Jabrang

Soundtrack[edit]

The music of the film is composed by Phaylaw Basumatary and lyrics by himself. The songs in this film are sung by popular singers like Zubeen Garg, Sulekha Basumatary, Sujuma Daimary and Gitashree Ramchiary. The album contains 5 tracks.

Tracklist
No.TitleArtist (s)Length
1."Khwina Nwng Angni"Zubeen Garg, Gitashree Ramchiary06:34
2."Nwi Hajw Rojeya Pwdwngmwnna"Sulekha Basumatary04:32
3."Gwswni Bibar Bari Bari"Sujuma Daimary04:16
4."Manw Barfwikhw Barhungkhaya"Gitashree Ramchiary04:51
5."Benw Jwngni Manas"Phaylaw Basumatary, Gitashree Ramchiary, others05:21
Total length:25:34

Awards[edit]

Award Category Winner's name Result
2nd Bodo Film Festival 2017 Best Film- Phaylaw Basumatary Won
Best Actor- Male Omprakash Kherkatary Won

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Best Villain- Male Jesus Kherkatary Won

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