Avinash Das ventured into Bollywood with Anaarkali from Aarah, who launched earlier this year and featured Swara Bhaskar, Sanjay Mishra and Pankaj Tripathi.
Filmmaker Avinash Das, who in Anaarkali of Aarah showed the plight of a village dancer who is harassed by a local politician and is ridiculed by the police, says that directors must expose how society is actually operating .
Das ventured into Bollywood Upcoming Movies with Anaarkali from Aarah, who launched earlier this year and featured Swara Bhaskar, Sanjay Mishra and Pankaj Tripathi.
When asked about the point of making films based on social issues, Das told IANS: “We focus on our stories. We try to show how the world is working … Many people do not know that there are many people who coexist, who They face such cruelties, which inflict such pain ….
“In Haryana, for example, the singer Sapna Chaudhry attempted suicide, many singers have been shot … Our film also has a reference to a shooting of a singer. Therefore, we must portray the way the world is and how The society is operating at the moment, “Das added in the framework of the Habitat Film Festival held here from May 19 to May 28.
Das believes that if the viewer of the film feels ashamed of what is displayed on the screen, then the “purpose of the narration has been achieved”.Upcoming Movies
If you as a spectator, feel ashamed of the story being shown, half the battle is won, the purpose of the narration is achieved. However, on the same front, it is not necessary to go into history to provoke ‘kranti’ (revolution) … or to think that people will learn from their film, “said Das.
“The world will change because none of this is going to happen.Many good books have been written and you can see where the world is today,” said the former journalist who also worked on programs and documentaries such as Satyamev Jayate and The Battle of Banaras.All 300MB Dual Audio Bollywood Hollywood Free Upcoming Movies at UpcomingMovies4U.Com