Neramar This award is named after H. Though he managed to rear a pair of bullocks that he found straying in the forest, he cannot use chomama to till the land. This award is presented to the Director of First Best Film award-winning film. The novel tries to imply that his heart was not ready to accept another religion even though his mind was suggesting it. Sudarshan Thallana  Manoj K.
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Plot[ edit ] Choma is an untouchable bonded-labourer in a village who is working along with his family for a landlord, as he belongs to a backward class. Though he managed to rear a pair of bullocks that he found straying in the forest, he cannot use them to till the land.
He comes in contact of Christian missionaries who try to convert him giving him the lure of the land, but Choma does not want to let go of his faith.
He releases the fury that fate has beset on him, by beating his drum. He has four sons and a daughter; two of his elder sons work in a distant coffee estate trying to pay off the debt. One of the sons dies of cholera and the other one converts to Christianity by marrying a Christian girl.
His youngest son drowns in a river, with nobody coming to save him because of him being an untouchable. He then finds his daughter in an compromising position with Manvela.
With anger, he beats her and kicks her out of the house. To defy his fate, he starts tilling a piece of land and then chases off his bullock into the forest. In the climax, Choma shuts himself in his house and starts playing the drum till he dies.
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