Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha Shed Light On The Socio-Political Conflicts In Northeast India Through ‘Anek’

New Delhi [India]: With his most recent executive ‘Anek’, producer Anubhav Sinha has endeavored to reveal insight into the socio-political contentions in Northeast India. Shot chiefly in Assam and Meghalaya, the film stars Ayushmann Khurrana, as a secret cop who is determined to reestablish harmony in the Northeast area.

Ayushmann has recently featured in films that addressed whimsical subjects, for example, ‘Badhai Ho” in which he plays a 25-year-elderly person who finds his mom is pregnant. In the 2017 film “Shubh Mangal Saavdhan” the entertainer plays a going to be hitched kid who finds that he has erectile brokenness. In “Article 15”, Ayushmaan is projected in the job of an on cop position segregation.

In the mean time, other than Ayushmann ‘Anek’ stars Andrea Kevichusa, a model from Nagaland who makes her acting presentation in the film.

Andrea essays the role of an aspiring boxer from Northeast India, who has to face not just challenges inside the ring, but also confront discrimination due to her roots. Her dialogues especially “Mujhe India se baat karni hain one to one” and “India pe kisi ke baap ka adhikar nahi hai” will make the audience whistle.

Known to make films like ‘Thappad’ and ‘Mulk’ both starring Taapsee Pannu, Anubhav Sinha has not shied from telling a story which needs to be told about a region whose people have been facing hate crimes, discrimination and racial slurs.

‘Anek’ is a must-watch for the individuals who need to be familiar with the international circumstance of the Northeastern locale.

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