Govind Rajewar storyboarded the film, designed the two goats and props (knife, rope), created the backgrounds for the entire film and animated the first part of the film.
Govind holds a Degree in Fine Arts from Nanded and is currently pursuing his Diploma in Animation Engineering from Dilsukhnagar Arena where he worked on this award-winning film along with his colleagues Parag and Sachin. He envisions for himself, an eventful career in animation. However, his ultimate dream is to make a path-breaking film that will win him international recognition.
Sachin Punde designed the farmer character, animated the last segment of the film and directed the film.
Sachin holds a B.Com Degree and is currently pursuing his Diploma in Animation Engineering from Dilsukhnagar Arena where he worked on this award winning film. Sachin dreams of becoming a Director someday. A true movie afficionado, Sachin spends his time watching as many animation and live-action films as he can get his hands on. His passion for films is evident in the long hours spent in the library, voraciously gobbling up books on ‘film making techniques’ such as Story development, Screenplay, Camera angles, Shot divisions, Editing etc. authored by luminaries in the discipline. He is particularly impressed by John Laster’s works which include the blockbuster animation films - Bug’s Life, Toy Story and Cars. George Lucas and Steven Spielberg are two of his all-time favourite directors.
Parag Warade ideated the story for the film and planned the narration apart from animating the second part of the film. He also created the mother and child characters.
Parag holds a Commerce Degree and is currently pursuing his Diploma in Animation Engineering from Dilsukhnagar Arena where he worked on this award winning film. Parag is a good ideator and excels at drawing inspiration from real life experiences. The story for this film occurred to him naturally as he comes from a remote area in Maharashtra where the irrational practice of sacrificing animals to please Gods still exists. Parag’s story idea was the key to helping the movie win prestigious recognitions.