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Housefull show of 'Bharat Ki Awaaz' documentary film

It Was Great To See So Much Love From The Audience. Even Today, Documentary Films Have Value, And There Is No Shortage Of Audiences To Watch Them. People Should Just Like Your Topic. Meaningful Cinema Is Still Alive," Says The Film Director Beenu Rajpoot.

By : Brand Stories | Updated on: 11 Mar 2024, 04:46:34 PM
Bharat Ki Awaaz

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New Delhi:

On March 10, 2024, the show of the documentary film on Acharya Ramakant Shukla was housefull at the Alliance Francaise Auditorium in Delhi. Many people had to stand and watch the film because the hall was jam-packed. This film by Acharya Ramakant Shukla got a lot of love from the audience. All his family members were present on this occasion. Everyone watched the film with moist eyes and remembered him. This film is directed by Beenu Rajpoot, and its screenwriter and producer is Dr. Rishiraj Pathak. Acharya Ramakant Shukla was a nationalist poet of modern Sanskrit literature. The specialization of Acharya Shukla's poems is the nationalism of India. He has made significant contributions to the preservation and development of India's literary tradition.

This film is based on the personality and work of Acharya Ramakant Shukla, a popular poet of modern Sanskrit literature. Among his works, Bhati Me Bharatam, Bharatjanataham, Jai Bharatbhume, Aham Swatantrata Bhanami, etc. are very popular. Acharya Shukla's works have given a contemporary voice to India, and the qualities—simple and fluent language, clear diction, beautiful diction, and a glimpse of reality—are found in the works of Acharya Shukla. Acharya Ramakant Shukla has been honoured with various awards for his literary services. Prominent among these honours are Padmashree, the President's Honour Certificate, and the Sahitya Akademi Award.

The film's producer, Rishiraj Pathak, said that he planned the film as a tribute to Acharya Ramakant Shukla under the Gurushishya tradition. Rishiraj Pathak is a disciple of Acharya Ramakant Shukla. Dr. Rishiraj Pathak, rich in versatile talent, is a poet, playwright, musician, Vedapathi, Acharya, and research scholar in Sanskrit, Hindi, and Brajbhasha. Rishiraj Pathak has studied the recitations of the four Vedas according to the Gurumukh tradition from Guru Gangeshwaran and Chaturveda Sansthan, Nashik, Maharashtra.

Beenu Rajpoot is also a famous Indian filmmaker, known for her documentary films based in Delhi. He is a multi-talented personality, an intelligent filmmaker, a brilliant storyteller, a renowned researcher, and a philosophical thinker. Most of her films are based on Indian art, culture, and literature, with a thought-provoking message for society. Her award-winning films are Born to Dance: A Glimpse into the Life of a Dancer, Wall of Valour: A Tribute to Martyrs, Banaras: Kaabe-e-Hindostan: Ghalib's Ode to Banaras, Beyond Belief: The Real Mythbusters, Lama Mani: Storytellers in the Arts, and Kathak Logs of Kathak Villages.

Professor Radhavallabh Tripathi was present as the chief guest on this occasion, and he congratulated the team of the film, especially the director of the film, Beenu Rajpoot, and the producer, Dr. Rishiraj Pathak. He also underlined the literary contribution of Acharya Ramakant Shukla. Programme Chairman Acharya Omnath Bimli praised it as a very meaningful work shown in the film. Patron Acharya Umakant Shukla said that by making this documentary film, the director and producer have done a favour to all Sanskrit lovers like me, for which I am very grateful. Many Sanskrit lovers, teachers, and students were present on this occasion.

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First Published : 11 Mar 2024, 04:31:38 PM