Go for Organic
Bikul returns to his village from his hostel which is in Guwahati, after
six months, after finishing his first semester in graduation. He loves his
Village very much and his village is treasure of natural beauty. In his
village currently no concrete roads or factories developed. Villagers
survive from the resources of the jungle and they use organic
materials to live their life.
Many people come for picnic to his village every year. He loves to see
people enjoying in his village. But he is always worried about plastic
bags, plastic glasses, plates, and empty Packets of chips which all
people leave here and there in his village. He always tries to think
about the solutions to how can we save the animals from eating trash
left by the tourists and keeping clean the village and picnic places.
This time while coming home, Bikul thought of teaching the villagers,
how to put the trash in dustbins and keeping the village clean. For that
he bought two big plastic dustbins. After reached home, he wanted to
see his own village after six months. So, he asking his mother to give
the dustbin to Bolen da's(brother) shop and he wants to take bath at
the water fall nearby his house. He noticing that in the last six months
lots of changes happening in his village.
After taking bath he went to Bolen da's shop. There he comes to know
about the taken step of cleanness by the villager's and the Rabha
Hasong (tribal group) party's young members. They used natural
resources to make dustbins and every one warning to outsiders to put
their trash in dustbins and not to use any plastic glasses, plates for
eating food. Instead of those villagers provide them banana leaves and
glasses, spoons which made by bamboo, in minimum cost. Bikul very
happy to hear that now his village is clean and everybody showing a
way how to use organic materials and leave plastic.
Now Bikul thinking about his plastic dustbin smiling at him and saying that we are useless here, only go for organic dear
Dolly ThakuriaKey Cast"Village Girl"
Birina PathakKey Cast"Village Girl"
Mriganabh GogoiKey Cast"Bikul"
Roneswar RabhaKey Cast"Cultivator"
Trishna DoloiKey Cast"Village Woman"
Sonali RabhaKey Cast"Village woman"
Subal PathakKey Cast"Village Shop Keeper"
Minu DasKey Cast"Bikul's Grand Mother"
Golap DasKey Cast"Bikul's Mother"
Sahidul HaqueCreditSound-Music editor
Matiram RabhaCreditProperty design
Project Type:Experimental, Short
Runtime:4 minutes 59 seconds
Completion Date:July 30, 2021
Production Budget:1,300 USD
Country of Origin:India
Country of Filming:India
September 27, 2021
Barnali Medhi graduated from NSD in 2005 and is
proficient in contemporary physical movement and
Children Theatre. She has worked as Actor-Teacher with
T.I.E. Co., NSD and is a visiting faculty at college in Delhi
and Tripura TIE.
He directed. and acted more than 45 plays in difference
languages including Children Theatre and adult Theatre
She has participated in various Indian and International
Theatre Festivals like BHARAT RANG MAHOTSAV,
MINERVA, META and acted in TV and Films. Her acted film
are- Yuva(Hindi) 2007, Oas(Nepali) 2013, Gali Gali Sim Sim
(Hindi) 2015, Talwar(Hindi) 2015, Aligarh (Hindi) 2015,
Murder on the road to Kathmandu (Hindi), Red Spot
(2020), The Sex (2020)
Now she is Artistic Director of PARDAM TRUST
Go for Organic is a step to promote organic material to use in daily
life and avoid of plastic materials. In our villages, organic resources
are easily findable. Through the natural resources like- bamboo, dry
leaf, wood, Soil, jute etc. village people can easily make daily used
material for use. Through this process our villagers also get some
financial support in living hood and also, we can say by to plastics.
This step can balance our ecosystem and save our planet. Let’s try to
use organic material how much we can.
Simply Go for Organic and No for Plastic...