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Aimee Baruah bagged best actress title at Toronto Film Festival

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Assamese actress Aimee Baruah won the ‘Best Actress’ award at the Toronto International Women Film Festival for her movie ‘Semkhor’. Aimee Baruah had portrayed the role of the protagonist in the movie.

Earlier, this movie received outstanding recognition under ‘Best Narrative,’ ‘Best Women Film,’ and ‘Best Debut Film Maker’ categories at Tagore International Film Festival.

About ‘Semkhor’

The movie was directed by Aimee Baruah herself which managed to collect good reviews. The movie ‘semkhor’ depicts the cultural heritage and traditional aspects of the Dimasa community. It is made in Dimasa language and represents the practices, customs, and folk notions of the people of Semkhor.

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Aimee Baruah’s career as an actress

Aimee Baruah TIFF Baruah The North-Eastern Chronicle

Aimee, as a class six student, made her debut in the film ‘Axomor Sadhu Kotha’, where she played the role of Tejimola.

She later played the lead role in the Assamese blockbuster Prem aru Prem.

Aimee Baruah, has become a popular household name after her super hit movie “Rangdhali”. She has worked in many feature films and VCD albums. Some of her hits include, Chal Gori, Anjana, Jetuka etc. She has also worked in many Assamese soap operas.

A brief of Toronto Film Festival

Toronto Film Festival 1 Baruah The North-Eastern Chronicle

Toronto International Women Film Festival celebrates and recognizes films made by talented female filmmakers from all over the world. 

The members of our jury are award winning artists from all over the world such as Canada, United States, Austria, Germany, Japan, United Kingdom.

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