An Insignificant Man: Kejriwal based Movie Trailer Released
A horrific mass movement took place in the country a few years ago and after the mass movement, the Aam Aadmi Party came out. This is the common man party organizer and the story behind Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his party. The film’s teaser was released in All India and now the trailer of this film has also come out. This documentary film, named ‘An Insignificant Man’ has been produced by Vinay Shukla and Khushboo Ranka. He says that this is a non-fictional political film, which shows the story of Indian politician from social worker to politician Arvind Kejriwal.
The trailer of this documentary film starts with Arvind Kejriwal, who is initially describing his name. Every fluctuation of journey from a common man to the ‘Aam Aadmi Party’has been shown in this trailer. In the first part of the trailer, there have been several tales of allegations of corruption in the party, throwing ink on Kejriwal in the first part of the trailer. Apart from this, politician Yogendra Yadav, who has made the Swaraj Partydistinct from the party in the trailer, has been shown prominently.
The film will release on November 17 in India and release it to the US media company vice. Describing this movie as a ‘Masterpiece’, Vice has announced that he will now partner with producer Anand Gandhi’s Memmiss Lab to release the film all over India and internationally. Jason Mosica, executive producer of Vice Documentary Films, said, “I watched an inn keeping man at the Toronto International Film Festival 2016 and I thought this film is the best documentary film on ground politics after Marshall Curry’s Street Fight.
The documentary film on Kejirwal and his party had already made very well and this film has been shown in many film festivals. But recently it got the certificate from the censor board. Prajayaj Nihalani had objection on this film. He asked the filmmakers to release the no-objection certificates (NOC) from the film makers to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi former Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit and Arvind Kejriwal. Finally, the film certification appellate tribunal approved the film.