Richa Chadha has not been present on the big screen recently, but she has been preparing for her first production, ‘ Khoon Aali Chithhi’, a short Punjabi film.
According to Times of India, this film is directed by Chadha’s friend, Rupinder Inderjit and is related to terrorism in the 80s and 90s as a result of the Khalistan movement, in Punjab. The film has been appreciated by many in the film world but Chadha wants to take the short film to the towns in Punjab. This is because it gives a social message and information about the riots that took place.
She wants to show the film because she feels it plays a part of the history related to Punjab. She will be showing the film to children at schools.
Chadha was cited in the publication saying, “‘Khoon Aali Chithhi’ is a film I’m extremely proud of. Rupinder is a dear friend and he directed the film which is based in the 80’s around the Khalistan Movement in Punjab. The film and its theme is very significant from a historical point of view and it’s important that young kids in colleges be aware of such a subject. Thus the director and I are planning to travel with the film to small towns in Punjab to increase the awareness and show the film in various educational institutes.”
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