In the deep hills of northeast India, Christianity and pop culture has taken over the lifestyle and imagination of the tangkhul tribes. Rewben Mashangva from Choithar travels through the remote villages of the tangkhul Naga to the old people and collect songs and instruments. The rhythms, melodies and lyrics form links to his own music, which he describes as Naga Folk Blues. In his traditional Haokuirat hairstyle and western boots along with his 9 year old son Saka, he performs across India and South - east Asia spreading the message that some songs have no end
- WINNER NATIONAL AWARD India 2010
- WORLD PREMIERE - DOK - LEIPZIG (Germany 2010)
- AMERICA PREMIERE - MIACC FEST - (New York 2010)
- SHAKENS STARS - ALMATY - (Kazakistan 2011)
- IFFI - INDIAN PANORAMA - (Goa 2011)
This Documentary has been created using Tankhul, Manipuri and English languages.