Movie Title: Adomya
Director: Bobby Sarma Borua
Producer: Basanta Kumar Borua & Bobby Sarma Borua
Writer : Bobby Sarma Borua
Screenplay : Sagar Sangam Sarkar & Bobby Sarma Borua
Music Director : Pankaj Sarma
Cinematographer : Satya Prakash Rath
Editing : Ratul Deka
Awards/Nominations/Screening : Best film (spiritual category) in 13th Dhaka International film festival won , Bangladesh, 2014
Cast : Pranami Bora, Pranjal Saikia, Runu Devi, Jyoti Narayan Nath
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Plot : Story of a single widowed mother who was tested positive in HIV test
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Adomya (Odomyo)(Assamese: অদম্য), directional debut venture of Bobby Sarma Borua. It was released on 12 December, 2014 and made under the banner of BB Entertainment.
Cast: Pronami Bora, Pranjal Saikia, Runu Devi, Jyoti Narayan Nath, Sulakshana Baruah, Jayanta Das. Atul Pasoni, Purnima Pathak Saikia, Joly Bhattacharya
The movie Adomya narrates the story of Juri (portrayed by Pronami Bora) a single mother of a girl who had to face the brunt of widowhood just after six months of getting married to a young engineer , who gets confirmed of having infected with AIDS virus causing his death. She is also tested positive in HIV test, resulting in virtually getting thrown out of her in-laws’ home depriving her of all the rightful bliss a pregnant woman should have. But her struggle continues even after arriving at her birthplace , where she has to go through ordeals of being socially boycotted for being a HIV patient.
Juri’s new-born child is ostracized by the village-folks though she tested negative. Juri goes off to the town, and starts earning by her own and through her sheer determination, hardship and resilience her daughter Jonak is saved from false pride of middle-class snobbery and dislocation in a claustrophobic situation. Although she fulfills her dreams through her dreams, she is not left without her emotional challenges of , dreadful solitude and social stigma which she had to fight back with great courage and conviction. Poignantly related in a subtle joined-up flash-back and forward, the film is an introspection of mother-daughter relation against hostile and selfish turn-around of events in the life of a young AIDS survivor in an urban milieu.