‘Little Boy’ receives rave reviews

‘Little Boy’ receives rave reviews
Little Boy director Shiraz Henry (L), co-producer Rebecca along with the lead actors.
Dimapur, Jan 23 | Publish Date: 1/23/2019 12:12:43 PM IST

 The recently released film ‘Little Boy’ written and directed by Shiraz Henry has been striking the right chords with the movie lovers all giving positive feedbacks about the film.

The film offers you both substance and soul, even as it dabbles with a slice of reality. People consider North Eastern states to be secluded but in fact it’s a very beautiful and important part of our country. The film has been shot well in the exotic locales of Arunachal Pradesh, said Lubna Rizvi, a resident of Mumbai. ”The film is brimming over with scenes that relentlessly move you to tears not because they are sad but because they are uplifting and inspirational and just sometimes heart rending. 

Perfect story line and wonderful dialogues engrossed you throughout the movie,” she added. 

She also heaped huge praises on the performances by the lead actors Yajuvendra Pratap Singh, Rashmi Mishra as well as Rose Longchar from Nagaland and the other cast.

The film produced by Abu Tani Films and co-produced by Rebecca Changkija Sema was released on January 18 all over India and has been screened even at Hillstar and Fun Cinemas in Dimapur.

Another Mumbaikar, Jutika Mahanta says, I must thank the makers of ‘Little Boy’ for giving us the opportunity to enjoy the essence and beauty of NE by sitting here in Mumbai. That too through a true story and with heart touching music. The film has good content and all characters portrayed their characters well. The editing should have been little tighter to make the film crispier. 

Nevertheless, Little Boy indeed takes us to our land and also voices for the problem facing by the North East Youth. A great step by the makers to bring North East closer to each Indian. 

Music is the true essence of the film and camera work demands high appreciation from all, it’s well shot amidst the beautiful back ground of North East. 

I congratulate co-Producer Rebecca Changkija Sema and entire team of little Boy for such beautiful gift, she added.

Besides Lubna and Jutika, a few more viewers even from the Northeastern states including Itanagar had expressed the joy on the overall production of the film.


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