Children Saw Bal Film – After watching the movie, the children said: Bharat Mata ki Jai


The children watched a children’s film on behalf of Amar Ujala at the Sonda National Public School. Dialogue
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The children said after watching the movie, Bharat Mata ki Jai
Children’s film exhibition in schools by the Amar Ujala Foundation and Bal Chitra Samiti India
Samvad News Agency
Sonughat. Under the campaign of the Amar Ujala Foundation and Bal Chitra Samiti India, the Children’s Film Festival was organized on Monday in three schools located in the Sonughat area. In it, about 1250 children watched children’s films at Gurukul Mission, NPS and Sunbeam School. After watching the short film based on the newspaper’s publication, he said that after writing the news with a lot of effort and alertness, the newspaper reaches us all in the morning. After that, the children got very excited after watching the films of Kargil Vijay Diwas, Chhota Sipahi, Paak Gaya and Udan Choo Bal.
About 710 children watched the film at the Sonda National Public School. The children’s minds became dizzy after watching the movie that was captured. Students Amrita, Kriti, Ayushi, Disha, Preeti, Riya, Sneha, Sonali, Kanak, Navya, Shreya, Harshita, Priyanshi said they could not stop laughing after watching the film which was captured. Students Mukund, Aditya, Rishabh, Chetan, Aman, Adarsh, Alok, Hardik, Krishna, Naitik, Pranjal and Raj said they enjoyed watching the monkey adventures. Director Sanjay Shankar Mishra, Deputy Director Rajiv Shankar Mishra, Director Jyoti Lakshmi, Professor Vipin Gupta, BD Mishra, Ambika Dutt Pandey, Pallavi Jaiswal, Rajshree Yadav, Priya Mishra, Naveen, Mukesh Dubey, Amit Vishwakarma, Vikas Soni. About 390 children watched the film at Gurukul Mission Mandi Samiti Road, Augustpar. The children applauded after watching a patriotic movie. Students Stuti, Shrishti, Tanu Shri, Divya, Payal, Sneha, Smriti, Jhanvi, Parisha, Anjani, Samiksha said that they obtained information about the martyrdom given by freedom. Students Abhinav, Abhigya, Arnav, Ayush, Aditya, Abhinav Upadhyay, Vinayak, Shivam, Karthik, Vikram, Quick Pandey said they have realized the responsibility for the security of the country. Directors Santosh Mishra, Devesh Tripathi, Satyaveer, Krishna Kumar, Santosh Dixit, Ashutosh Ranjan, Akash Patwa, Veena Pandey, Aradhana Verma, Aradhana Gupta, Sasikala and Sandeep Choubey said that children’s films lead to children’s mental development. Sunbeam School Probe About 250 children watched the films. Students Yashasvi, Sarthak, Vansika, Ashit, Alankrit, Ayushi, Rudransh, Aryan, Shaurya, Arvika, Artrika, Aradhya, Sakshi, Jashit, Ananya said that no job is difficult if the intention is strong. Director Avnish Mishra, Director M Frederick, Santosh Pandey, Rinki Singh, Anamika Pandey, Archana, Tripuresh Pandey, Shailesh Yadav, Dipankar Anand, Akanksha, Archana, Alia Fatima, Mamta Jaiswal, Sudha, Arpita Gautam, Reshu Rao said the kids It It was emotional to see the movie together. The Children’s Film Festival is a very good campaign.

The children said after watching the movie, Bharat Mata ki Jai

Children’s film exhibition in schools by the Amar Ujala Foundation and Bal Chitra Samiti India

Samvad News Agency

Sonughat. Under the campaign of the Amar Ujala Foundation and Bal Chitra Samiti India, the Children’s Film Festival was organized on Monday in three schools located in the Sonughat area. In it, about 1250 children watched children’s films at Gurukul Mission, NPS and Sunbeam School. After watching the short film based on the newspaper’s publication, he said that after writing the news with a lot of effort and alertness, the newspaper reaches us all in the morning. After that, the children got very excited after watching the films of Kargil Vijay Diwas, Chhota Sipahi, Paak Gaya and Udan Choo Bal.

About 710 children watched the film at the Sonda National Public School. The children’s minds became dizzy after watching the movie that was captured. Students Amrita, Kriti, Ayushi, Disha, Preeti, Riya, Sneha, Sonali, Kanak, Navya, Shreya, Harshita, Priyanshi said they could not stop laughing after watching the film which was captured. Students Mukund, Aditya, Rishabh, Chetan, Aman, Adarsh, Alok, Hardik, Krishna, Naitik, Pranjal and Raj said they enjoyed watching the monkey adventures. Director Sanjay Shankar Mishra, Deputy Director Rajiv Shankar Mishra, Director Jyoti Lakshmi, Professor Vipin Gupta, BD Mishra, Ambika Dutt Pandey, Pallavi Jaiswal, Rajshree Yadav, Priya Mishra, Naveen, Mukesh Dubey, Amit Vishwakarma, Vikas Soni. About 390 children watched the film at Gurukul Mission Mandi Samiti Road, Augustpar. The children applauded after watching the patriotic film. Students Stuti, Shrishti, Tanu Shri, Divya, Payal, Sneha, Smriti, Jhanvi, Parisha, Anjani, Samiksha said that they obtained information about the martyrdom given by freedom. Students Abhinav, Abhigya, Arnav, Ayush, Aditya, Abhinav Upadhyay, Vinayak, Shivam, Karthik, Vikram, Quick Pandey said they have realized the responsibility for the security of the country. Directors Santosh Mishra, Devesh Tripathi, Satyaveer, Krishna Kumar, Santosh Dixit, Ashutosh Ranjan, Akash Patwa, Veena Pandey, Aradhana Verma, Aradhana Gupta, Sasikala and Sandeep Choubey said that children’s films lead to children’s mental development. Sunbeam School Probe About 250 children watched the films. Students Yashasvi, Sarthak, Vansika, Ashit, Alankrit, Ayushi, Rudransh, Aryan, Shaurya, Arvika, Artrika, Aradhya, Sakshi, Jashit, Ananya said that no job is difficult if the intention is strong. Director Avnish Mishra, Director M Frederick, Santosh Pandey, Rinki Singh, Anamika Pandey, Archana, Tripuresh Pandey, Shailesh Yadav, Dipankar Anand, Akanksha, Archana, Alia Fatima, Mamta Jaiswal, Sudha, Arpita Gautam, Reshu Rao said the kids It It was emotional to see the movie together. The Children’s Film Festival is a very good campaign.

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