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March 27, 2021 Saturday 11:58:07 AM IST

Deep Focus on Global Warming, Covid-19

Art & Literature

Indian Cinema has travelled a long way from the days of Dhundiraj Govinda Phalke and gone beyond boundaries with annual export earnings of films including animation films is estimated at Rs 600 crores. Indian producers are exploring new markets in New Zealand, Japan, Australia, Singapore, and more.

From retro romantic movies to content-driven and real-life incident-based movies — Bollywood has emerged as one of the world’s most talked-about industries.  Beyond entertainment and pulp, some young filmmakers are trying out bold themes.

Yuvraj Kumar’s Komic is a reminder to all of us on the importance of preserving the Himalayas. And, actor Brajesh Rai has made Jeene Ki Ummeed Tumse Hi, which is claimed as India's first Hindi film based on the Covid-19 pandemic.

Komic – Warming of the Himalayas


We cannot escape the impact of our actions on the environment. Global warming has already taken many lives, Tsunamis are striking our coastal areas, floods and droughts have had a major bearing on the availability of clean water, thus affecting the production of crops and hence the price of food. It’s high time, we as guardians of our planet earth, step up and do our bit to save the environment from the impending doom.

Director Yuvraj Kumar is shooting the feature film titled Komic- Warming up of Himalayas at a very high rate. It’s the story of rich teenagers, who love their sport luxurious rides, driving Ferrari, Lamborghini etc. These fossil fuel-based vehicles harm the Himalayan Range, the pollution caused by the use of fossil fuels, heats the Himalayas causing frequent landslides, and due to this there is huge destruction in Uttarakhand. Realising the harm done to the Himalayas the teenagers give up the use of their sports cars and take up, skateboarding, inline skating, and bicycles. They develop a keen interest in the sport and end up representing India at a world-level sports competition, thus popularising the use of eco-friendly means of transportation throughout the country.

The film has young actors - Jay Kumar, Zoe Siddhart, Taneesha Mirwani, Venkatesh Pandey, and Rivya Rai. The film is produced by Yuvraj Kumar under the banner of Atlantic Films and marketed by Saurabh Jain from Lavishka Media.

Director Yuvraj Kumar says, “The film Komic will start a new trend in the way we travel and help counter the problem of global warming. It will be shot in Himachal Pradesh as the story is about the harm we are causing to the Great Himalayas and how we counter this problem."

The film’s mission is to push for urgent action to prevent the catastrophic destabilization of our Planet. The teenagers in this film show us ways to stop climate change to save our planet.

First Film on Covid-19

One of the genres that have been followed in Bollywood is the movies based on Indian politics and political incidents. There are several Bollywood movies on Indian politics that have left a remarkable mark in the industry. Bollywood actor Brajesh Rai is coming with another social drama Jeene Ki Ummed Tumse Hi.  It is written and directed by Brajesh Rai and Brijendra. The story revolves around various social issues majorly the Covid-19 pandemic and political issues of rural and urban India like unemployment, poverty, and corruption, where Vijay (Brajesh Rai) fights the bad elements of society and tries to improve the life of the poor and needy. Actress Sanchi Rai played the lead opposite Brajesh Rai. Other actors are Sonia Bansal, Asha Singh, Pankaj Chaudhary, Rajnish Tiwary, Irfan Qureshi, Maqsood Ahmad, Sunil Dutt Pandey, Panwati Sharma, Parvati Devi, DurgeshSaxena, Rahul Kumar, Vijay Kumar. Music is by Soni Bros.

Actor-Producer Brajesh Rai expressed happiness over the release of his debut movie, the initial response to his movie trailer and song.

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