By Hindustan Times
Children's Film Society of India's (CFSI) movie Gattu received two awards at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles. Directed by Rajan Khosa, the children's film won the Audience Award and the Honorable Mention Award at the prestigious gala Sunday evening in Los Angeles. The film
is based in a small Indian town where kids and adults are obsessed with kite flying, and puts the spotlight on street children in the country.
The director is proud with the twin-win for the issue-oriented movie.
"It's a very proud moment for me and everyone who is associated with 'Gattu'," Khosa said in a press statement.
"Gattu, played by Samad Mohammad, whose trust and love I received, was a natural kite flyer. In almost every small town in India, you see street kids, selling trinkets