Murga by Katyayan Shivpuri | Hindi | Maharashtra
A clean India is a clean world for us and more importantly for our future generation. In this film children take up the mantle of keeping our surroundings clean by a simple process of saying sorry and becoming a Murga. A world where dustbins have become redundant because people have just stopped caring, these kids remind us of the importance of keeping our world clean and leaving our future generation with a legacy that we can be proud of. The Murga metaphor depicts the victims that we have made of ourselves and of our children and how through it we get the required awareness.
Nanha Doot by Sudhanshu Sharma | Hindi | Indore
Untimely demise of a young kid leads him to the proverbial other world, where he meets 3 seniors dangling above the abyss. His arrival gives them some fodder for thoughts and they wonder what brought such a young boy to the land of the dead and deceased.
In discussions, the kid reveals that diarrhoea made him transit to other world, and he was told by the creator that his untimely arrival is because of his parents and other villagers, as they all defecated in open and contaminated all water sources of their village, leading many in the village to catch diseases and some even die.
In India a vessel / an utensil is being used for ‘Open Defecation’ in different forms, shapes and different names from ages and generations. The film portrays how our people from India use it and how it is slowly disappearing from their lives because of the government initiation. The film hopes for the death of the utensil used for open defection. The total concept is told in a symbolic film presentation. The film asks and motivates people to join the mission and make the vessel disappear from Indian society for a healthy modern India.
Sarkarmi Rati Wadho by Akshay Danavale | Hindi & Marathi | Maharashtra
This film is all about the psychological behaviour of We The People. In daily life many people knowingly or unknowingly tarnishes the cosmetic look of society, which also becomes the reason of diseases. It’s a small initiative to make the people realise the importance of cleanliness and the need of positive approach towards the same.
Manini by Praveen Vyas | Hindi | Uttar Pradesh
Priyanka Bharti the heroine of the Swachh Bharat Campaign leaves her husband as there was no toilet in his house but Manini the Heroine of our film chooses to stay back and decide to get a toilet built instead.
Manini is forced to wake up early morning while she is still sleeping with her husband to go out in the open to defecate. She is shocked to see fellow women defecating shamelessly on the street. She runs back home and announces her protest until there is a toilet in her house. Her in-laws neither has means nor will do anything for the same. Manini decides to mortgage her jewellery and raise some fund.
Later on Manini receives 12 thousand rupees from the government for her newly built toilet, after which she gets her jewellery back.
Shelfee by Dr. SuyashShinde | Marathi | Maharashtra
Despite efforts by the government through various schemes and subsidies, Swacch Bharat is still a distant reality. The reason is the reluctance of masses to carry the mantle through. Our film explores the idea of bringing about a positive change in the psyche of such individuals. Such ideas and many more may be employed by the government bodies or members of the society to achieve a truly Swachh Bharat.
Tuka Mhane – Says Tuka by Ashish Sudhir More | Marathi | Mumbai
We’re all hypocrites in some way or the other. All of us! And in order to rid ourselves of that guilt, or often out of sheer obliviousness, we try to shroud our hypocrisy under lies we tell ourselves. But we cannot keep escaping from the truth for long; it does catch up while we’re least expecting it, and it’s often told to us by people we’re least expecting it from.
Tuka Mhane explores one such experience between two everyday characters. It is neither bold nor dictative. Neither disturbing nor funny. It’s a simple little tale which tries to speak about a big problem facing our lives at the moment.
Bakari = Shauchalay by Devendra Shukla | Hindi &Chattisgarhi | Chattisgarh
Bakari = Shauchalay is the tale of the spirit of a 104 years old woman Kunwar Bai Yadav. The film explores how she inspired people in her village to build domestic toilets and how it created the impact. She set a great example and became inspiration for others. Kunwar Bai sold her goats to build a toilet at her home. It was the first toilet in the village. Moreover, she went home to home in her village and motivated people to construct domestic toilet.
Kunwar Bai is the real Ambassador of Swachh Bharat Mission. The Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi is very impressed with her spirit for sanitation. Shri Modi took her blessings himself while felicitating her during his Chhattisgarh visit in February this year. The Prime Minister said, Kunwar Bai’s deed and spirit is the symbol of transforming India towards sanitation.
Sneeringly lesson by Satish Kumar Varma | Hindi | Rajasthan
This is a story of a group of kids. They are enjoying their holiday by playing cricket. Their game gets interrupted by some of the colony members because they start throwing garbage on the street. So they decide to teach them a lesson.
Mawlynnog – the cleanest village in Asia by Upakul Das | English | Assam
An elderly person informs us about his village, Mawlynnong, which is the cleanest village in Asia. He informs us about the role of the villagers which helps the village to remain clean all the time. He also inspires us and other villages and cities in India to try and implement some rules that can lead India to be one of the cleanest countries in the world.
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