Partav premiere soon
Film By Young Kashmiri Director To Be Released In January 2013
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 13: Partav, a philosophical film by a young Kashmiri Director Dilnawaz Muntazir is scheduled for national and international release in January 2013.
While the national premiere of the film will be held in New Delhi, the venue for the international premiere is Washington.
“Partav” is the story of a highly qualified professor. The film showcases his journey from a ‘single track mind’ where he abandons everything else other than his literary work to the realization that shakes his world and rakes his conscience by asking simple questions about life. He is devastated; the myth of his so-called empire falls down like a house of cards.
At the climax he meets a student, (who is also his own son), which helps him realize that all his life has been following shadows and fallacies; education simplifies the meaning of life.
According to organizers, the film is an endeavor of some young professionals who are keen to prove themselves as young and budding film makers.
The film has been shot in Kashmir in the autumn season which goes with the mood of the film in some exclusive locales. “All the actors in the film are of local origin and few residing outside had come to Kashmir for shooting,” the organizers said.
The music of the film is composed by the Director along with Raja Bilal. Muhammad Younis Zargar is the cinematography of the film while Ashiq Hussain Rather has edited it.
The cast includes Raja Majeed, Nirmala Dhar, Farooq Afaq, Jehangir Farash, Neelofar, Rayees Mohi-ud-din, Nazir Harbol, Joziya Mir and others.
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