Mudit Muraka, a Fifteen year old schoolboy from Delhi has won BAFTA ( British Academy of Film and Television Arts ) short film competition. He won the prize by making his film 'The Mirror' on the social pressures faced by today's youth.
The competition was held under the banner of Tony Blair Faith Foundation and the category was 'Face to Faith schools' . Maruka attended the red carpet event and received the prize from former UK prime minister and the chairman of the foundation Tony Blair.
For the event , filmmakers aged between 14-27 years were asked to make three minute films which answer the brief "Let me show you how my faith inspires me".
A good news indeed.