Mango girls movie, documentary based on true story of Bihar's Dharhara village in Bhagalpur district


Mango girls movie, documentary is based on true story of Bihar's Dharhara village in Bhagalpur district. What is the name of the village on which Mango girls documentary is based upon? Where is the village in the movie Mango girls located. Mango girls documentary director, actor, producer etc.

Mango girls is a documentary which is based on true story or say tradition of a Bihar village which plants fruit trees on the birth of a girl child. You must be asking the question what is the name of the village on which Mango girls documentary is based upon? Well, the name of the village on which movie Mango girls in based is "Dharhara". It is small village in Bihar. village,

Mango girls movie, documentary based on true story of Bihar's Dharhara village in Bhagalpur district


Mango girls documentary will be premiered in New Hampshire, in Unites States of America in September 2013. After its premiere, the documentary will be screened at different international film festivals too. Till now, "Mango girls" has already made headlines in China, Germany, Britain and the US. This movie was also appreciated by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

Kunal Sharma, who belongs to Bihar is the co-producer of this movie along with Robert Carr, who is an American filmmaker. This movie took 3 years to complete. Currently Kunal Sharma is based in Mumbai. 'Mango Girls' is a 48-minute documentary which shows the tradition followed by "Dharhara" village of Bihar. People of this village plant fruit trees, which includes mango tree along with other trees, to celebrate the birth of a girl child in their village. This film have been widely appreciated by whoever has seen this movie for providing a perfect solution for the 2 issue which the world and India is facing today and the messages that it pass on. This film shows local initiative by villagers to fight against female infanticide, dowry and global warming.

Dharhara village is situated 230 km east from Patna in Bhagalpur district of Bihar. Few years ago this village grabbed the attention of India, when it was shown on news that this village have a very unique tradition of planting at least 10 trees on the birth of every girl child. They later invest the money get from selling the tree's fruits for girls' education and marriage. Mango girls documentary shows the origin of this beautiful tradition and its implications in today's world. This movie also features some of the traditions followed in "Dharhara" village. For instance, the girl of this village is first made to marry a mango tree, then her husband. They even shot a real marriage in the documentary.


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