AHIMSA - The Power of the Powerless - Won the Best Documentary Award

AHIMSA - The Power of the Powerless

Ahimsa Gandhi: The Power of the Powerless, a documentary dependent on Mahatma Gandhi, directed by Ramesh Sharma, was granted the best documentary component at the New York Indian Film Festival 2021. 

Sharma said that he was enlivened to return to the famous pioneer's life and theory on his 150th birth commemoration of Gandhi. The documentary was shot in India, South Africa, the US and Europe. 

Ahimsa tracks the impact of Gandhi's peacefulness approach on world pioneers including Martin Luther King Jr., late Congressman John Lewis, previous South African President Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama. Global performers U2 and AR Rahman added to the title track of the documentary. 

Rippin Sindher-coordinated Seva, on the Sikh custom of Seva, won the best documentary short. Acclaimed entertainer Swastika Mukherjee-starrer Tasher Ghawr, coordinated by Sudipto Roy, was respected with the best short account award. The film investigates the perspective of a wedded lady, Sujata, played splendidly by Mukherjee, during the Covid lockdown. 

Different victors incorporate Nasir, which won the best film grant. The movie is coordinated by Arun Karthick. Akshata Pandavapura was named best entertainer for Where Is Pinky?. Siddharth Menon won best entertainer grant for June. Ajitpal Singh won the best chief for Fire In the Mountains. 

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