Film Mohenjo Daro which was commended for its fantastic canvas and its overwhelming treatment, had earned awards at the 69th Locarno International Film Festival and now, the film has another quill to add to its top.
We have discovered that the 45th Annual Conference on South Asia, which is held in Madison, Wisconsin, will likewise be screening Mohenjo Daro on October 23. For the individuals who don’t have a clue about this, the gathering is the main yearly academic meeting in the US for researchers of South Asian studies, drawing in more than 700 members from around the globe, to take an interest in different boards on prehistoric studies.
An elated Ashutosh said, “When the Conference Chair Ms. Mitra Sharafi associated with me asking for authorization to screenMohenjo Daro at their Annual Conference, I felt regarded and lowered. I express gratitude toward Dr. Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, a main paleontologist who has put in more than 30 years concentrating on the Mohenjo Daro and Harappa locales for supporting the film and sharing his insight.”
Dr. Mark Kenoyer and his group had gone to Mumbai to give Ashutosh all the archeological discoveries in the early phases of pre-creation of the film. They even went to the set in Bhuj to see its development and take a gander at all the props that would be utilized as a part of the film.