DaMaN makers announce new project


Bhubaneswar: The makers of critically acclaimed and hit Odia movie Daman is bringing yet another movie on real life incident. The director duo of Vishal Mourya and Debi Prasad Lenka Wednesday announced their new movie by sharing the poster of their next movie titled “MISSION O2”.

On their social media, the makers shared the poster saying” We have always celebrated our superheroes, now it’s time to honor our super state”. The movie is Produced & Directed by Vishal Mourya & Debi Prasad Lenka. Fans will be excited to watch yet another class movie based on real one event from the makers.

As per sources, the movie will tell the story of Odisha government’s massive mission to supply medical oxygen and how it embarked on a mission to dispatch more than 28,000 tonnes of medical oxygen to 17 deficit States in two months.

A documentary movie on this was also made by the National Geographic entitled “Fighting the Crisis Together l Mission Oxygen.” Which documented how all forces and departments joined hands to fight the crisis together. The State ensured that medical oxygen was transported through a dedicated corridor to reach thousands of needy patients in other States without any delay.

DAMaN, abbreviation for Durgama Anchalare Malaria Nirakarana was a 2022 Indian Odia-language adventure drama film written and directed by Vishal Mourya and Debi Prasad Lenka and produced by Deependra Samal. The film stars Babushaan Mohanty and Dipanwit Dashmohapatra in lead roles.

The film portrays a doctor’s relentless fight against superstitions and struggle to make tribal people aware of facts about Malaria disease.
This indeed is an inspirational to the best of its league, igniting the minds of fresh graduate Doctors to serve the humanity and act as trailblazer to carve a niche for others to follow the suit.

Odisha government had also declared ‘DAMaN’ tax-free in Odisha. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik announced that ‘DAMaN’, which is based on the malaria eradication programme of the state government, would be exempted from tax. He said “this will encourage the employees of the health department and other government employees posted in the remote areas to excel in selfless service.

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