Quite some miles away from the glitters of the silver screen, where no glycerine-induced cries do incite our tearducts or no silvercoin tingles to lure us to be glued to our seats, comes a small film from a new entrant. Whatever small it is - it’s beautiful, sincere, thought provoking and committed in its truest sense. Shyamalendu Biswas’s “DAIBADDHA” literally means ‘committed’ shot on a video format and almost on a shoestring budget of Rs.8,000-10,000, shows how one of the biggest penicilin manufacturing company in India is being slaughtered in the name of sickness. Situated in Srirampur
"Film as dream, film as music. No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls."