Manikpuri’s Aalaap is a message to the youth

On Friday, July 27th, 2012

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Manikpuri gives a message for the youth through his movie Aalaap.

Manish Manikpuri’s Aalaap hits the theatres today and it’s not only about entertainment, rather is a good bit of massage for the contemporary youth. Explains Manikpuri, his movie just not assists a group of ingenious professionals to debut together, but through them spreads a message. Then what’s the massage? ‘Dream gives way to achievement,’ the message that every youth must remember.     

Apart, the movie also convenes one more prudent motto i.e. to help healing minds in the Naxal-infested area of Chattisgarh, where the movie is set. Consequently, the flick is all about a solid blend of entertainment, enlightenment and education. Undoubtedly, it’s a noble attempt from the director.

As far debuts are concerned, the movie is filled with debutants, first from the producers-educationists Nishant Tripathi and Abhishek Mishra and director Manikpuri to actors Amit Purohit, Abid Shameem, Ruhi Chaturvedi and Harsh Rajput. Cinematographer Sunita Radia and editor Vicky Tiwari are also making their debut with the movie. And notwithstanding Agnee a well-known band, they also make their debut as full-blown composers with this film.

Talking about the hand-free support of the leading actors to the debutants, Manikpuri said, “Veteran actors like Vijay Raaz, Raghubir Yadav. Omkar Das Manikpuri, Abhimanyu Singh and Murali Sharma have stood by these youngsters with a fiery spirit and helped us take our product to the next level by making the film what it is.”

Well, the exclusive attempt and noble endeavor of the filmmakers to enrich the movie with some solo thought really catch our heart and we feel forced to make it a must-watched. But, what about you guys?

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