I know only one thing, people need to be surprised. You need to give them food for thought. While watching a movie, the viewers experience the life of the characters. After going home, they think about your film. The next day they reminisce about your film. Now the world of cinema is dying. More and more we see the senselessness of film on the screens. It's time to stop! That's what I am working on. I want the film world to come to life and give joy to people. Cinema should not make people obedient zombies. Cinema should give them joy and hope, so tomorrow will be better.
The Dead Man's Mound
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Ek Poshla Rupkatha
Film (Short and Drama) Producer An elderly woman suddenly inherits a large sum of money from her long deceased husband and decides to use it to build a lavish tomb, where she intends to rest in peace after her demise. She believes that her days are numbered and besides, she doesn't have the will or any apparent reason to live anymore. She has shunned the society long ago and comes across as a cantankerous and grumpy old lady. It is a common conviction that, after her husband's death, the octogenarian has become an abominable recluse. She constantly bickers with her maid and her neighbours, especially with a little child and his mother who live opposite her apartment. When the tomb is finally built, she pays regular visits to the nearby cemetery every morning. Days go by as the old lady awaits her death. But one morning, she discovers something unusual near her tomb. At thrilling and eventful couple of days await her.