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Theatrical poster
Directed by Sudhanshu Sahu
Produced by Prabhat Ranjan Mallik
Written by Namita Malik
Starring Siddhanta Mahapatra
Sunil Kumar
Aparajita Mohanty
Anita Das
Pintu Nanda
Music by Swarup Nayak
Cinematography Sanjeev Mohapatra
Edited by Chandra Sekhar Mishra
Distributed by N K Media Ventures
Release dates
  • 13 August 2010 (2010-08-13)
Country India
Language Odia

Swayamsiddha (Odia: ସୟଂସିଧ୍ଧା) is a 2010 Oriya film directed by Sudhanshu Sahu with a screenplay and dialogue by Dilip Choudhury, produced by Prabhat Ranjan Mallik, and starring Siddhanta Mahapatra, Sunil Kumar, and Yukta. The film focuses on the implications for the young mass adopting to Maoist insurgency and their sustained alienation from the mainstream as a result. Geo-strategic importance of changing the minds of young people adopting terrorism through love and affection. The film traces the crisis from social trauma to unfair state system encouraging Mao-Naxal insurgency in Orissa.[1][2][3]



Filming location[edit]

The film Swayamsidha in fact was shot under very challenging and turbulent situations. Most of part of the film are filming at Naxalite-Maoist insurgency areas in Koraput district of Orissa state.


As the main co-star of the film Siddhanta Mahapatra is an M.P. and belongs to the ruling party Biju Janata Dal of Orissa portrays himself as Maoist leader in the film, the opposition parties in the state went on strikes and demanded ban on release of the film. Hundreds of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) activists were arrested for disrupting the screening of the film.[4][5][6][7]


The music of the film composed by Swarup Nayak. The tracks from the film include:

Track Singer Lyricist
Dekha Aakasha Pindhichhi Indradhanu Odhani Kumar Bapi Swarup Nayak
Ho Aame Matira Manisha He Matira Kumar Bapi, T. Souri Swarup Nayak
Jadi Ei Pruthibita Samayara Tapu Misra Swarup Nayak
Kichhi Kichhi Katha To Manare Tapu Misra, Kumar Bapi Swarup Nayak
Koili Koili Aa Pakhaku Mora Tapu Misra Swarup Nayak
Mun Mo Nijathu Aaji Gali Durei Tapu Misra Swarup Nayak



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