Synopsis: An impersonator also known as ‘Behrupiya’ amuses the locals by impersonating well-known movie characters. One day, while performing one of his acts, Behrupiya meets with an accident that brings his life to a complete halt. Despite this setback, the young kids in the village who looked up to him as an idol refuse to give up on him and offer their support. The story explores the themes of resilience, determination, and the importance of community support. The accident that Behrupiya faces has a symbolic significance, representing the challenges and obstacles that can arise in life. However, the fact that the village's young children rally around him and offer their support shows that even in the face of adversity, hope and encouragement can come from unexpected places. The story is a poignant exploration of the power of human connection and the resilience of the human spirit.
Directors Bio: Bhasker Vishwanathan is a film director and screenwriter. He has worked on films like ‘Bhor’, ‘Article 35A’ and ‘Love All’. His debut short film, ‘Freedom Fighter,’ was screened at various film festivals and his debut feature film was ‘Attempt One’. Passionate about poetry, he also writes songs of his shorts and feature films.
Producer: Myrah Films India Pvt. LTD. is a film production company, based in Patna and Mumbai. The company is owned by Manish Kumar and Nilesh Kumar. They have produced 3 short films and a feature till date. The first production of the company "Main Azad Hoon" ( Short ) was selected for 2nd Season of CMOT, the 2nd production"Freedom Fighter" ( Short ) opened in 28th KIFF,Kolkata as Official selection.