Naya Pata' is an attempt to present a different perspective of migration, that how a person is feeling helpless to express the emotions of his two different worlds. He has lost the sense of...
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Naya Pata' is an attempt to present a different perspective of migration, that how a person is feeling helpless to express the emotions of his two different worlds. He has lost the sense of belongingness, identity, happiness and peace. This film is mainly shot in Rohtas and Chhapra. Some locations of Old Delhi have also been included in the film. Naya Pata is the story of poor and deprived people of Bihar who go to other cities in search of opportunities and in the process have been losing their individuality and identity. The story's backdrop is the closure of the sugar industry in Bihar over the 1985-1990 periods. The closure of this industry caused a huge migration. Moving forward in time, it shows the current economic and political situation of villages in Bihar.Written by
Pawan K Shrivastava
The Movie "Naya Pata" is based on migration of people from one place to another in search of Identity or Someone can say it is based on 'Lost Identity of migrants'.
People go to another place in search of job, struggles for their lives. Somehow, they manage to live at new place because there is no way to go back and run their livelihood. In some societies, staying in big cities/metro instead of own place is like status symbol. But, the people who is staying at their native place never understand the pain of a migrant who has lost his identity at own place and it take years to understand new culture and make a new identity.
It's first crowd sponsored movie in India and language chosen was Bhojpuri (Mainly spoken in North Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh). The part of India, from most migrants you can find throughout India.
The way directors and crew members has represented, it is heart touching. A true vision for an developing country migrants!
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