Mumbai: Ashish Deo’s upcoming directorial venture Black Home is a social drama that comments staunchly on the illegal activities happening inside juvenile remand homes and how a juvenile delinquent is pushed further into crime, instead of emerging out of the sinister world. The filmmaker believes his is an honest film with a solid message.
“Films are either good or bad but Black Home redefines the contrasting extremes and qualifies as a true film. Usually, movies are made in ideal situations but in this case, we had to grab the best available situation. The movie is the realisation of what I’ve seen and experienced during my research on remand homes. I met so many children from several black homes and also interviewed many who have spent years inside. My film is a sincere attempt to create awareness about this sensitive issue. Such grave problems are a slap on our hypocrisy and I hope this movie can shake and break our immunity towards the wrong happenings around us,” he says.
Black Home is produced by Samajik Samta Manch, Vijay Kamble and co-produced by Mahesh R. Salunkhe releases March 20.
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