Sindhi Cinema “Pyar Kare Dis: Feel The Power” will set precedence for Sindhi film making It Is My Humble Effort To Encourage Sindhi Cinema, Says Producer M Harwani If Bhojpuri Movies Can Do It, So Can Sindhi Movies, Says Director Kamal D Nathani. Sindhi Cinema is all set to mark the Bollywood with Kamal D Nathani’s directorial soon-to-be-released Sindhi movie “Pyar Kare Dis: Feel the Power of Love.” It is his humble effort to encourage Sindhi Cinema after a long gap of more than 5 years. Though there are nearly 20 movies released in the same language in the span of 60 years of independence, the director and the producer is trying to encourage the spirit again.
In spite of the fact that the Bollywood community owes infinite producers, financers, and artists from Sindhi community, they fail to release a movie in their mother tongue. ‘Pyar Kare Dis: Feel the Power of Love’, a family entertainer, has a contemporary theme and portrays the realities faced by the community today. It is journey of a Non Resident Indian girl to her country of origin. The movie will appear on screen by 14 th September 2007. The movie focuses Bollywood actress Preeti Jhangiani who has done a special song in the movie. Since Sindhi community, with a population of more than five crore, has a world wide presence; the movie can yield rich dividends and pump life into sindhi cinema. Sinllywood on the thresholds! . After a gap of more than 5 years.
Pyar Kare Dis: Feel The Power
Is it not ironical that despite having many big producers, financers, technicians and artists from the Sindhi community in Bollywood, release of a movie in this language is a rare occurrence, asks Kamal D Nathani, director of soon-to-be-released family entertainer “Pyar Kare Dis: Feel the Power of Love”. Mr Nathani, who has just finished shooting and is busy in post production of the movie told reporters here, in last 60 years of Independent India, there are 20-odd movies made in the language, though there is no dearth of resources as the community is economically sound. When asked, is it commercially viable to make a Sindhi movie and recover the cost, M Harwani, Denmark-based producer of the movie told over phone, with the population of five crore, Sindhi community has presence all over the world, there is ample scope for a Sindhi movie to be a profitable venture, while Mr Nathani asserted if a Bhojpuri movie can recover its cost and run successfully in non-Bhojpuri speaking centers, why not a Sindhi movie?
“The success of PYAR KARE DIS would change this scenario”, hoped Mr. Harwani, who had earlier made “Pyar Ka Tarana” with Dev Anand.”It is a humble effort on my part to encourage Sindhi cinema in particular and the language in general”, claimed Mr Harwani. Mr Harwani opined that in fact, Sindhi movies made in black & white era with limited resources were well received because they had good stories to tell and were well-made but in the recent past, say in last 15-20 years, movies made in the language were very poor in content, he said and added also the look of the movie is very important as you have to compete with a Bollywood movie.About ‘Pyar Kare Dis: Feel the Power of Love’, Mr. Nathani said it has a contemporary theme and portrays the realities which community is facing today. According to Mr. Nathani, PYAR KARE DIS is a typical ‘feel good’ movie with all ingredients of a family entertainer. It is journey of a Non Resident Indian girl to her country of origin, where she finds her love of life, he added. .
Pyar Kare Dis: Feel The Power
‘Pyar Kare Dis: Feel the Power of Love’ is a love story cum family drama and stars Jiten Lalwani, Menka Lalwani, Vishal Vatwani, Mehak Bhatia, Gunjan Tharwani, Neeru Asrani, Jaya Asrani, Seema Motwani, Prakash Ramchandani, Mayuri Raghani and S C Makhija. Bollywood actor Preeti Jhangiyani has done a special item number in the movie which forms climax part of the movie and Anila Sunder, a well-known artist from the community has done a guest appearance. Music is by Ghanshyam Vaswani. Ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh, Shaan, Roopkumar Rathod, Richa Sharma, Shilpa Vaswani and Sada Thakur have lend their voice to the songs penned by Prabhu Vafa & Vasdev Nirmal. Choerography is by Rajeev Dinkar, Story is by Kamal Nathani while Screenplay and Dialogues are by Mahesh Rajput. Gopal Raghani has handled Camera and Editing. Media Consultant Picture N Kraft.