DAMaN: The Real Life Story Of A Doctor Who Cured 151 Villages
Last updated on July 25th, 2023 at 11:15 am
Dr Siddharth Mohanty was a MBBS doctor who struggled to eradicate malaria in the 151 remote tribal villages of Orissa. Hindi version will be released on 3rd Feb.
The Oriya social drama film “Daman” features Babushaan Mohanty and Dipanwit Dashmohapatra in the key roles and was written, directed, and produced by Vishal Mourya and Debi Prasad Lenka. On February 3, 2023, the Hindi version will be made available.
On Friday, actor Ajay Devgn posted the Hindi trailer for the Odia social drama “Daman.” Ajay posted the trailer link and the following caption on Twitter:
“Tab banegi nayi misaal, jab badhega ek kadam badlaav ki taraf. Introducing the official Hindi trailer for #Daman, which will be released on February 3, 2023.”
On February 3, “Daman,” an Odia social drama, will be released in Hindi in theaters all throughout India by Panorama Studios and JP Motion Pictures.
The movie, which was written and directed by Vishal Mourya and Debi Prasad Lenka, premiered in Odisha on November 4 of last year, was exempt from taxes, and is still doing well.
Based on a true story, “Daman” follows Dr. Siddharth Mohanty, portrayed by Babushaan Mohanty, as he travels after receiving his medical degree from a government institution in Bhubaneswar and being assigned to a remote tribal area in the Malkangiri district of the state.
The touching story of the movie is how he leads an effort to eliminate malaria in the 151 villages of Janbai PHC despite numerous obstacles.
The movie, which is based on a true incident, is beloved by both the general public and Odisha’s Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik, who hopes it would encourage government employees and medical professionals in outlying areas of the nation to work selflessly and spur numerous initiatives of this kind.
Debi Prasad Lenka and Vishal Mourya said, “Ajay Devagan supporting this modest film with a large heart is really a beautiful gesture.”
Durgama Anchalare Malaria Nirakarana, often known as “Malaria Control in Inaccessible Areas,” is an initiative that has seen rapid success in 8,000 villages across 79 blocks in eight southern Odisha districts with high malaria endemicity.
“To advance a national cause, it is critical to embrace inspiring tales like Daman. Health is wealth, as the proverb goes, and we should all do our part to keep our nation free of disease, according to Covid-19.
Such movies are desperately needed right now “Kumar Mangat Pathak, chairman of Panorama Studios, who along with Deependra Samal of J P Motion Pictures produced the movie, made this statement.
The film “Daman,” which is produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak, Abhishek Pathak, and Deependra Samal and co-produced by Murlidhar Chhatwani and Pinkis Pradhan, also stars Dipanwit Das Mohapatra and a large number of first-time actors from the tribal group.