National Award-winning filmmaker Vinod Kapri, whose stirring film Pihu centres on a two-year-old child left alone by her parents, believes all stories should leave their assembly with a message.
Pihu was screened for politicians on Friday.
“For me, each story should have a summary to convey. Pihu is a story of each domicile and this was a really critical story to tell. The many formidable partial was to move this story to a assembly and we appreciate (producer) Siddharth Roy Kapur and Ronnie Screwvala for ancillary me and my film. People who adore their family should go and watch this film,” Kapri said.
The film’s account is about a 2-year-old lady trapped in an unit alone. It has only this one impression via a narrative.
Kapur, who has constructed a movie, pronounced it is this aberration that drew him to get compared with a project. “He (Kapri) has kept it so gripping, so corner of a seat. It’s like a thriller though a really romantic film during a same time and we consider a assembly will find it a really singular experience. Ronnie Screwvala and we both watched it and motionless that this is something we would really have to back,” he said.
The special screening of a film in New Delhi saw Union Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan, Congress personality Rajeev Shukla, BJP’s Delhi arch Manoj Tiwari, Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh and some-more in attendance.
According to a statement, Shukla pronounced after a screening, “I was not awaiting that this film will be such a shocker; it takes time for we to catch a incidents function in a film. The lady has finished a illusory pursuit and it is value display on an general platform.”
Pihu, starring Myra Vishwakarma, will recover on Nov 16.