Ganit – A Short Film Budgeted only Rs 600
This is known to everyone that the youth of this country have lots of potential in them, and now it can be seen in the film sector too. Over past few years, the short film inspired many new budding filmmakers to step forward with their stories or thoughts, and here the main advantage is the small budget. Here in Creativica, we are going to discuss on one of such budding filmmaker Dibakar Bhattacharjee who recently written and directed Ganit – a short film based on the theme of the importance of education and anti-addiction. This film is very relevant to our society where the school dropout rates and death rate due to mouth cancer are enhancing.
There are 3 characters in this short-film Esha Basak as Pari (child artist), Rupa Basak (played the role of Pari’s mother) and Amit Kumar (Played the role of Pari’s father). It was the first time for all three of them to stand in front of the camera for action and they did well. Making any film is not possible without the support of some people who stay behind the camera. In this film, the director would like to thank these guys for their support – Anuj Saini (DOP), Nisha Chauhan (dubbing artist), Shivam Kumar Verma (music director) and Swapnanil Basak who is a 15-year-old boy and youngest team member who edited the film and it was his first time. All team members said that during practice and shooting they enjoyed a lot and learned many things from each other.
While talking to our correspondent Dibakar revealed his gratitude to Mr. Rohit Goswami for his support and mentioned that it was because of Rohit he able to put his thoughts on screen. This budding director also gave an interesting crux on the budget of his short film which is only Rs 600, making a short film within this much budget is also a talent. He claimed himself a self-learning filmmaker and said that in future he is going to make good films on various issues especially those issues which are highly relevant to our society.
I am in the learning process right now and as much as I will learn I will able to present good visual stories without or very less technical issues. From the core of my heart, I pay my gratitude to all the team members for their support. We all will gradually improve ourselves for our next projects. I am Thankful to Creativica for publishing our interview which was really unexpected to me as because generally media house talk about big personalities, which I am not till now. Thanks, Creativica once again for your spotlight on us and this really inspired me to work harder – said Dibakar Bhattacharjee.