It has been five years since the Indian film industry’s best-known director made his debut, the blockbuster, the Indian cinema blockbuster.
A film, that, if it succeeds, could transform Indian cinema.
A movie about the Indian diaspora, about the country’s future.
And now, with the release of his first feature film, a movie that has been widely hailed as the first film about the diasporas plight in India, a film that has not only changed the Indian movie industry but also the country.
A film about India’s diaspos, which is how we define ourselves as a nation, in a country where we can’t talk about our own existence without the exclusion of our own people, and we can never talk about it without our own problems, says Rajkumar Hirani, one of the film’s producers.
This film, called, ‘Ara Bhaan,’ has become the best-seller of all the indias best-selling Indian films.
It is not only a documentary film about Indian diastas, it is a film about how India is a nation.
Its story is told from the point of view of an Indian immigrant in the United States, who is forced to leave his homeland and flee the United Kingdom, where he is a member of a prestigious British family.
In the UK, he gets a job in the London Film Festival.
At the same time, his family lives in a poor village in India called Bhoja, where they live on a farm with the help of the British government.
His life is miserable and he struggles to make ends meet.
And so he decides to move to the UK to live.
“It’s not that he is escaping the problems of the land and the village but rather he is fleeing the problems, he is in a situation where he doesn’t have the support of the village and the British people.
It’s very different from the life that he would have in India,” says Hirani.
The film tells the story of a young man named Ara Bhekala who leaves the land of Bhojas village and enters the United Nations.
In a few years, he becomes the first Indian American to be elected to the United Nation.
He moves to the US, where his life is transformed.
“Ara becomes the symbol of the American diasport and he becomes a symbol for the Indian-American community,” says Mr Hirani.
“I want people to think that this is a country that is the best of the best.
That we are going to create a better future for all of us,” says the filmmaker.
For the first time, in the country where it is still difficult for many people to find work and where there are so many barriers in their lives, there is a chance for someone to make a career in the film industry.
It seems like the only way a director like Hirani can make a living in India is to make films like Ara, which are highly regarded by many in the Indian industry, and have been hailed by critics.
But Hirani says it has been challenging.
It has been a tough journey for a director who has lived in India for five years.
When I first came to India, I didn’t have a clue about film and filmmaking, Hirani told me.
I have learned that the film and film-making industry in India needs to develop, he said.
I need to see an Indian film and I need a film director, he added.
To begin with, Hirana’s first film, Ara Bhangal, had to get the green light in the US because of the Indian government’s decision to exclude Indian film makers from the film festival.
“The US was very reluctant to allow us to make Ara,” Hirani said.
“They said, ‘We don’t want you to make an Indian movie.
We want a western film.
So, you need to make it for the American audience,'” he said, referring to the exclusion that many film makers faced.
However, he says he felt like a new director when he began making Ara.
You need to understand the Indian people, Hirano said.
You need to look at the Indian society.
And you need a sense of humour.
I don’t know how I could have been able to make that film without knowing a little bit about India.
“When I started making ARA, I had no idea about the problems in the diastatic society.
I had to learn how to look beyond what people in India are saying and understand what they mean, Hirankas new film explains.
Hirani said he is still learning about India, but he has come to understand its people and how they live.”
They are very complex people.
They are not like a Western country, they are very conservative.
They have very strict laws.