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The Ride for Better India

Kanyakumari to Kashmir on a bicycle; with luggage full of love, passion and seeds.
The story of a young Hyderabad techie who actually faced all odds to go out and connect with the nation to spread his message.

  • Bidit Roy
    The Bicycle Maker, Bamboo Lawada, On the Church Trail, Madhur Bhav
  • Bidit Roy
    The Bicycle Maker, Bamboo Lawada, Madhur Bhav
  • Ravi Kiran
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short
  • Genres:
    Adventure, Travel, Documentary, Portrait
  • Runtime:
    13 minutes 5 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 5, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    100 USD
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Director Biography - Bidit Roy

Bidit Roy, is a self-taught documentary filmmaker and a graphic / motion designer based in Pune. Born in the sunshine state of
Rajasthan, he spent two years working as a software developer before entering the film industry professionally.

He produced and directed his first documentary ‘Madhur Bhav’ in 2015 while he was working full-time in an MNC. It encouraged him to explore the non-fiction genre even more. His next documentary ‘Bamboo Lawada’ got officially selected for a national and international level film festivals. His third documentary 'The Bicycle Maker' got selected in 3 international film festivals. In one of the festival - 'Filmed by Bike Int'l festival' his was the only entry from India. In total they selected over 80 best bike films across world.

He has developed a greater interest towards human centric non-fiction stories and loves to travel in its pursuit.

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Director Statement

The subject of my previous documentary - Shailesh Krishna, met Ravi Kiran in Pune while he was on his pan India tour. Those few minutes of their meetup triggered a course of action and I coordinated and intercepted Ravi. A small tea break with him I realized that he is much more than just this ride.
I could connect with Ravi instantly because of my equal inclination towards community development. He had single handedly pulled off several other rides against all oppositions.
I made up my mind that post his 'Ride for Green India' I will visit him in Hyderabad and make a short film to help him spread his message to more citizens.