Director: Jyotiprasad Agarwala; Writer: Jyotiprasad Agarwala, Lakhminath Bezbaruah's play Joymati Kunwari; Cinematographer: Bhopal Shankar Mehta; Cast: Phanu Barua, Asaideo Handige, Mohini Rajkumari, Swargajyoti Datta, Phani Sarma, Manabhiram Barua, Sneha Chandra Barua, Naren Bordoloi, Rana Barua, Shamshul Haque, Gajen Barua, Putul Haque, Pratap Barua, Rajkumari Gohain, Lalit Mohan Choudhury, Banamali Das, Prafulla Chandra Barua, Kamale Prasad Agarwala
Duration: 00:56:50; Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1; Hue: 184.976; Saturation: 0.001; Lightness: 0.399; Volume: 0.324; Cuts per Minute: 29.646
Summary: The Assamese cinema debut feature made in an improvised studio built by Jyotiprasad Agarwala on the Bholaguri tea estate. Set in 17th-C Assam, it tells of the sacrifice of Joymati, a medieval princess who is tortured and killed by the evil prime minister for refusing to betray her husband. The event is interpreted in contemporary patriotic terms and calls for a greater harmony between the people of the hills and the plains (the former represented by Dalimi, a Naga tribesman who shelters the fugitive Prince Gadapani). Available footage was used in Bhupen Hazarika's commemorative film Rupkonwar Jyotiprasad Aru Joymati (1976) devoted to Agarwala.