Odia Movie Daman Released in Hindi Making Waves Nationally


Odia movie Daman which released it’s hindi version nationwide this Friday and was released in more than 500 cinema Halls. Daman starring Babushaan Mohanty released first in Odia language November 4, 2022 and was hugely successful. The movie got 9.7 IMDB point and had left behind RRR and KGF2. The movie tracks Dr Siddharth Mohanty’s journey to eradicate malaria.

DAMaN is an acronym for Durgama Anchalare Malaria Nirakarana (malaria control in inaccessible areas), which has benefited around 8,000 villages in Odisha. “We’re delighted that Panorama Studios came on board and couldn’t have asked for a better partner for such an important venture,” shares Deependra Samal from JP Motion Pictures, who produced the Odia version of DAMaN.

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik had appreciated the movie and made it tax free in the state. The Hindi trailer for the same was earlier released by Actor Ajay Devgn.

Leading man of the film, ollywood actor Babushaan Mohanty says, “As an actor, one always wants people everywhere to watch your film. I am glad that a film that has given us so much love will travel far and wide because of its release in Hindi now. It’s an important story that should reach as many people as possible.” About Daman clashing with Pathaan, Babushaan said both movies have a distinct set of audience and are different. So there nothing to fear and both films are doing well.

Directed by young duo of Vishal Mourya and Debi Prasad Lenka, DAMaN also stars Dipanwit Das Mohapatra and members of local tribal communities of Malkangiri & Koraput who have acted in a film for the first time.

Earlier, Kumar Mangat Pathak, Chairman, Panorama Studios, who has produced the film with Deependra Samal of JP Motion Pictures, said, “We have always backed issue-based content. DAMaN talks about an important campaign in an entertaining way. The film needs to be supported and exhibited widely to create awareness given that in 2015, at the East Asia Summit, India pledged to eliminate malaria by 2030.”

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