Director Ramesh More’s, of Champions fame, latest released film Chiranjeev deals with a rural oriented superstitious custom that plagues a particular village in the interiors.
So what is your latest released film Chirajeev all about?
First of all, let me clarify one thing that my latest released film Chiranjeev does not represent the name of a person but it signifies the subject of Chiranjeev that revolves around the blind superstitious faith in rural India of the era of 1980s. The lead hero Bharat Jadhav is not a lunatic person as is believed by the innocent villagers.
What does this Chiranjeev custom signifies?
The Chiranjeev custom signifies the age old belief in the village that at least one member of every household will upheld the blind custom, in which he is declared a mad person come what may.
So what happens then?
My main protagonist Bharat Jadhav revolts against this age old custom and declares openly that he is not a lunatic person as believed by everyone in the village. And ultimately he succeeds in making people believe in his sanity, thereby putting an end to the superstitious belief.
What are the highlights of the film Chiranjeev?
The highlight of the film is the overall par excellence performance of the lead actor Bharat Jadhav. Besides lending him able support are Alka Kubal, Kishore Kadam, Bhargavi Chirmule, Ravi Kale, Suhasini Deshpande, Sandhya Kamble & debutante actor Rohit Nair in a very special role.
What else would you like to add?
The film Chiranjeev was shot at the varied locales in Konkan. The film has been produced by Ramdas Menon of Mumbai Cine International and Carnival Pictures. My expectations from the film are good and I hope that the audiences live up to my expectations. Period!