Kuhudi makers shared a message on Parental Alienation Awareness Day.

Bhubaneswar: The makers of Superstar Anubhav Mohanty’s new movie Kuhudi on Thursday observed the Parental Alienation Awareness Day.
The makers shared the message saying “Parental Alienation is emotional, mental and psychological abuse that has lifelong effects. We’re the driving force with you to fight against parental alienation. Team KUHUDI takes stand to eliminate parental elimination.You’re not alone! If you’re a victim of parental alienation, we stand with you.”

The makers also announced the other cast of the movie which includes Supriya Nayak, Prakruti Mishra, Kuna Tripathy and others.

Earlier, the makers release the the first look of Actor Anubhav Mohanty and Dipanwit Das Mohapatra where they are seeing in role of lawyer and prisoner. The shooting of the courtroom darama has begin.

The Camera Queen Production movie is directed by Ajay Padhi and produced by Himadri Tanaya Das will tell the story of child custody issue. The movie will be releasing in three languages on Raja 2024.

The dialogues and screenplay is written by Amit Kumar Dash, Manas Padhiary and Anil Barik and music was composed by Somesh Satpathy.

Earlier, on his birthday the actor had surprised his fans by announcing his new movie Titled Kuhudi.

The actor shared the first look of his character on the occasion where we can see him in advocate avatar.

Anubhav last movie was Love in London which was directed by Tapas Sargharia and stars Swapna Priyadarshini.

Ajay Padhi latest work Barang 1999 is streaming on Kanccha Lannka ott platform. The series tells a story of a rape victim and her fight for justice. Supriya Nayak playing the lead role in the series.

Ajay’s another movie Bigul also released in cinema hall and director is planning to make its sequel soon.

April 25 is observed as Parental Alienation Awareness Day (PAAD).

This awareness day was created as a part of global awareness campaign about parental alienation. Parental alienation is described ” a behavior by a parent, or an adult a child trusts, such as a grandmother/father, aunt, uncle, etc., whether conscious or unconscious, that could create alienation in the relationship between a child and a parent.”

Also known as Hostile Aggressive Parenting, the behaviour displayed can be mild and temporary but also extreme and ongoing. Obvioulsy any kind of behavior that is displayed as a result of parental alienation can be damaging upon a child and could have potentially life long consequences should the behaviour of both carer and child not be recognised and effectively addressed.

Parental Alienation Awareness Day recognised on April 25th aims to highlight to care givers the effects that PA could have on children and educate adults in order to identify signs that either they or others are behaving in a manner that could affect the children in their care.

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