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“Sala Budha Ra Badla” first time movie trilogy in Odisha

Bhubaneswar:22/3/21:After  Sala Budha and Aadim Vichar, filmmaker Sabyasachi Mohapatra’s third film in the Sala Budha trilogy Sala Budha Ra Badla (Revenge of Sala Budha) adjudged as a Best regional film in 67 National film award.

Like Sala Budha and Aadim VicharSala Budha Ra Badla, too, is an adaptation of a story by the filmmaker’s father, Kapileswar Prasad Mohapatra.

As per the Director“My audience knows the story of Sala Budha. He was a simple and kind-hearted person who believed in God and was optimistic. He always said positive things, even in difficult situations,” Mohapatra said. “In Sala Budha and Aadim Vichar, his character was very simple. But in Sala Budha Ra Badla, the audience will see a different Sala Budha.

For the first time, an innocent love story included in this film. There is a dispute regarding over the marriage of an innocent couple and a fight between two villages. In the movie, the viewers will see the revenge of Sala Budha and how revenge can be heart-breaking.

This is the first time movie trilogy in Odisha. The movie was shot mostly in parts of Sonepur district.

.Besides, Atal Bihari Panda, Jagadananda Chhuria, Pradyumna, Purushottam, Gadadhar, Mantu and Bijay will be seen in different characters in the movie.

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