A Film On Ranthambore Tiger Queen Wins National Award For Best Environment Film.
Machli, the legendary tiger queen of Ranthambhore National Park of Rajasthan, who won millions of hearts across the globe, is still making news. A film, which was made on the tigress, has won the Best Environment Film award at the recently concluded 66th National Film Awards.
The 60-minute documentary titled The World’s Most Famous Tiger was directed by four-time National award winner filmmaker Subbiah Nallamuthu. Nallamuthu says, “It’s my fifth National award and that is definitely making me happy. This film is my way of protecting the tigers and creating awareness about tiger conservation. It was also an attempt at pulling viewers into the world of tigers. Machli died at the record age of 20 years giving birth to nine cubs at the sanctuary and creating a gene pool for 50 tigers.”
Machli, the legendary tiger queen of Ranthambhore National Park of Rajasthan, who won millions of hearts across the globe, is still making news.
Now with a movie called “The World’s Most Famous Tiger” by Indian filmmaker Subbiah Nallamuthu. The movie won a National Film Award and tells the chronicles of Machli’s rise to power, and the extraordinary legacy she left behind.