A very red movie, Rajneeti, directed by Shimit Amin and starring Vijay, Anushka, and Sharukhkhan is scheduled for release in March or April. The film is based on the life of a young girl, Vicky, who is sent away to a boarding school in India during partition. There, she meets a boy named Ajit, who is also from a prominent family. They quickly become friends and continue to share many adventures. The film carries a very strong message about love and betrayal.
Rajneeti is scheduled to be released on March 14th, followed by another comedy called Kamal Hassan starring Vijay and Anushka. There is also rumor that Ajit is going to star as Shri Kavla in the second film of the series. That role has been confirmed. However, it is rumoured that it is Shri Yamraj who will be playing the role of Yamraj, the courageous young boy who bravely decides to join the freedom movement against the British. Another rumor says that Vijay is set to play a pivotal role as Jaswant in the sequel of Yamraj.
Some interesting characters in Rajneeti are Bala (actor Sharukh), Prem (Sudha), Chhotelal (actor Sharukh), Sonu (actor Vijay) and Yash (actor Sharukh). The leading lady is Chhotelal, who has a terrific physique. It is interesting to note that Chhotelal's name did not come into the script until well after she had auditioned for multiple roles in other films. Other minor characters in the film include Yash, a student from an Islamic college, and Prem, who work with a fraudulent company. They encounter troubles in the course of the film.
The story revolves around a bungling truck driver named Dinchak who falls out with the crew and is replaced by Yash. Yash defects with the truck crew and becomes a double for Chhotelal, while Dinchak plans to defect with the truck crew and tries to shoot down one of the trucks carrying Jaswant and his forces. He then tries to flee from the scene of the crime with a cache of automatic weapons. An attempted assassination of Jaswant takes place during this chaos.
This film, which is scheduled to be released on 14 January 2021, is expected to be a box office hit. It is one of the most high profile action and thriller films to be released in the red clay soil of Rajasthan. Aajirkohee, a remake of Hindi movie 'Aabdule' starring Vijay and Sharukh, is also scheduled to release shortly afterward. Both films have been postponed several times over due to bad timing.
Director Shankar one of the very famous Indian directors has created another hit after debuting with Baahubali. This film has created a great stir among the film industry and the Indian people. Shankar's Baahubali is set to release in India on April 14th, exactly two weeks after its premier in the USA. The film is based on the ancient myth of Baahubali, who was a king of Flipia (present day Karnataka state). Shankar made his debut with the immensely popular Baahubali (which had a budget of less than $5 million) and his work soon gained him a steady following and word-of-mouth popularity.
This is not the first film directed by Shankar, who previously had worked on the reasonably good Baahubali. His first film as a director, titled Ashok (also known as Baahubali), was released in 2021. Shankar's other films include Kill Bill: Volume I & II, the remake of the Japanese film Yowamu, and Magadheera, which were released theatrically. All these films have earned Shankar a great deal of critical acclaim and his name is increasingly linked to the red clay genre of films.
A major part of the appeal of this genre is the colorful art and set decoration, which are brought to life on the screen through the creative use of clay molds. Some films may feature actual live clay actors, while others may have a small amount of clay acting. Both kinds of molds are effective and can really bring life to an otherwise dry, gray and boring film. In fact, these days you can even order clay molds online and have them shipped right to your front door. So whether you prefer to see a red clay flower or an angry monkey in a cage, you will be able to find it.