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Amoli | Full Movie (Telugu) | Narrated by Nani

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  • Published on May 6, 2018

  • Viva Presents 'Amoli' - Priceless. A powerful documentary film on the shocking truths about the lesser known business of child sex trade in India. Threaded together by spine-chilling personal accounts of survivors of the trade, and narrated by Nani in Telugu, the film explores the inner workings of this business that has come to engulf every village and city of our nation. It all begins with the customer. Customers who demand children. It is estimated that 2.4 to 3.6 million children in India, are currently trapped in this heinous trade because of that demand. The only way to put an end to this monstrosity is stricter laws, zero tolerance and merciless punishment for these customers. Genre: Documentary Language: Telugu Subscribe to Viva for more videos- http://bit.ly/1sC6lUW Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheVivaOffic...
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  • Potluri vijayasree
    Potluri vijayasree 11 months ago

    I'm a mother of two kids, a boy and a girl baby. Its becoming must to protect both boy and girl child from molestation or other horrible circumstances. I Know I have to protect my baby in her childhood mainly, but will make her stronger mentally and physically to face and fight any complex situation. But my duty not ends here. I have to educate my son also about moral values, specially related to women. I have explain him what is molestation, rape, and how these bad things will affect a girl's heart and body. Hope every mother does the same. This might not be a solution. But this is at least what we can do, living in this society

  • Palla Karthik
    Palla Karthik 11 months ago

    I promise that I will change my attitude towards girls N ladies. This effort of your team will not get wasted. Thanks for an eye-opening facts

  • Sowjanya Sabbavarapu
    Sowjanya Sabbavarapu 11 months ago

    Its about social awareness which we require now... I am educated, independent and working woman... But still I also fear to go out of the house if its dark.. not even till the end of the street... Just scared that someone or a group of people pull me into the woods beside the road... If we are only like that, imagine the situation of the other uneducated, minor girls...

  • sathya narayana
    sathya narayana 11 months ago

    Dislikers of this video "go to hell"

  • DèVIL RīHU
    DèVIL RīHU 11 months ago

    The most outstanding short film ever in my life

  • DOGIPARTHI SANDEEP
    DOGIPARTHI SANDEEP 11 months ago

    The only way to stop the demand is convict the customer 👌

  • anilkumar Marpu
    anilkumar Marpu 11 months ago

    ఇప్పటి వరుకు

  • varshith - arts & calliagraphy

    57 members disliked this video because they are the group members of the kidnappers

  • STYLISH DHEERU FAN
    STYLISH DHEERU FAN 11 months ago (edited)

    The Change has to be ME

  • DèVIL RīHU
    DèVIL RīHU 11 months ago

    Justice for Asifa

  • Matapati Harish
    Matapati Harish 11 months ago

    I don't know what to say.. this is curse to nation.. we respect tradition, customs and we treat women as goddess.. bt we making them toys ashame of our society.. if in future I have a girl child, I won't just protect her I make her toughest to fight and protect herself from this cruel society..

  • Sruthi Sru
    Sruthi Sru 11 months ago

    The opening scene has opened up lot of insights on their lives, the rescued were not willing to come out, they needed a lot of assurance, they couldn't believe that someone could actually come to their rescue. They aren't even adults , yet shockingly lost their hope on their lives already. They couldn't even trust another lady accompanied by the police to help them. They lost trust at a very young age, further into the plot, it shows they lost trust in family, neighborhood, good samaritans and lost faith in never known humanity.

  • Haritha Varma
    Haritha Varma 11 months ago (edited)

    Unseen and unknown facts of a country which speaks heritage of culture and finally women as an "object".

  • Super Remix
    Super Remix 11 months ago

    Love you Viva😘😘😘😘😘

  • Srivani Sailaja
    Srivani Sailaja 11 months ago

    Excellent movie..Govt should make it compulsory for schools to teach self defence techniques to girls from the age of 6 yrs so that they can save themselves if anything goes wrong before somebody helps.

  • snr videos
    snr videos 11 months ago

    Hats off viva for providing such a movie

  • Vasant Kaushik
    Vasant Kaushik 11 months ago (edited)

    Who the bloody disliked the video. R they humans r not.

  • Top 3 in Telugu
    Top 3 in Telugu 11 months ago

    Super documentary. Evvi facts mana chuttu vundha aa samajam loo ami jargutundhi manam ami chastunnam. Change is required in our thinkings and behaviours 😪😪

  • Jagadeesh KJ
    Jagadeesh KJ 11 months ago

    👌👌 Nani voice 🔈🔉🔊

  • sai venkat Tushar
    sai venkat Tushar 11 months ago

    Brilliant work .. such informative movies involving truth and reality should be made . But unfortunately in India people accept movies which is completely fictious .. great work viva and hats off to Nani sir promoting such films