Culture Machine becomes the first digital media company to win National Film Awards

Wins ‘Best Investigative Film' of the year award for its documentary Amoli

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Culture Machine won the ‘Best Investigative Film’ award for its movie Amoli at 66th National Film Awards and became the first digital media company to achieve this feat.

Starring the renowned stalwarts of the film industry - Vidya Balan, Rajkumar Rao, Kamal Hassan, Nani, and Jisshu Sengupta as the narrators, Amoli’ is a definitive documentary on the repulsive commercial sexual exploitation of children, a deep-seated and well-organized criminal industry.

Released in seven languages, the documentary is narrated in 4 chapters - Mol (Price), Maya (Illusion), Manthan (Internal conflict), Mukti (Liberation). Each chapter takes the audience on a journey that delves deep into the grimdark world of child sexual exploitation.

Sameer Pitalwalla, Founder and CEO, Culture Machine, said, “It is a proud moment for the company to have been honoured with such an esteemed award. Through Amoli, we tried to create awareness among people on the scale and human cost of the sexual manipulation of children in India. We are glad to see the appreciation being showered on the documentary.”

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