Documentary on India's one-horned rhinoceros
Kaziranga National Park, a World Heritage Site, is one of the largest wildlife parks in the world. Along with elephants, tigers, swamp deer and many others, it is home to two-thirds of the world's population of the Great One-Horned Rhinoceros. The fame of the rhinoceros in Assam is immense and has been adopted by the Government of Assam as the state symbol.
The crew of Gor brings you an in-depth analysis of the rampant issue of poaching and the merciless wrath that the rhinoceroses in Assam face. Kaziranga has been hailed as a conservation success story but even as the praise continues, their state pride continues to be poached -- a poached pride.
Full Length Documentary:
Team Gor's efforts to enlighten Mumbai on Rhinoceros Poaching:
Direction & Cinematography- Mridushman Pathak, Ninad Shukla, Sultanali Barodawala
Script & Screenplay- Anandita Rao, Ninad Shukla
Editing- Mridushman Pathak, Sultanali Barodawala
Interviews- Anandita Rao, Avinash Dadlani
On-ground production- Insiyah Contractor, Kanchi Chokshi, Kinnari Ved, Malavika Ravi, Neha Mathur
Promotion and Publicity- Avinash Dadlani, Insiyah Contractor, Kanchi Chokshi, Kinnari Ved, Malavika Ravi, Neha Mathur
Voiceover- Namita Nadkarni