Pune: Romance and the journey of change individuals go through in the process of finding genuine love and companionship can be encapsulated as the main theme of the movie ‘Chitrakut’. The film will be directed by Director Himanshu Malik. The film will begin it’s shooting in Pune on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.
‘Chitrakut’ as a title is used as a metaphor in the film. It is a place in Madhya Pradesh mentioned in the Hindu Epic Ramayana, a place where Sita finally settles down. A place she goes to by her own independent choice.It is a place that promises peace and tranquillity, after a stormy period in the life of the main characters. In a contemporary manner the film has captured all the trials and tribulations of the matters of the heart.
Here we are introduced to the main characters of the film- Saloni will be played by Auritra Ghosh, Shaan by Kiran Srinivas, Debu by Vibhore Mayank, Alisha by Naina Trivedi, Kim by Shruti Bapana. All the characters will portray the dynamics of masculine-feminine intimacy seen from a sexual and a humane perspective in a very realistic and eloquent manner.
The emotional violence in a love affair along with the desire of lovers to reach a paradise of love forms the basis of the film. For a Global audience, the film is attempted as a human interest story thus transcending all barriers of cast, creed and country. The film can be classified as an Asian ‘Indie-Art House-Global’ film.
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