Arth The Destination By Shaan Shahid
Shaan’s production, ‘Arth: The Destination’, has us all wondering does it have what it takes to create waves in the cinemas nationwide and beyond. The film is a remake of the Bollywood classic, ‘Arth’. The rights of the movie were given to Shaan in 2015 after a meet-up with the director of the Bollywood Mahesh Bhatt. Shaan aims to strengthen the film trade between the two countries, this venture being the first step towards that idea. The trailer looks impressive in terms of cinematography, visual appeal and manages to shows us the right amount of storyline, giving us a peek into the movie. All the characters emit emotional vibes and seem to be possessed by diverse tendencies. And with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s vocals resonating in the background, the visuals seem all the more intense. The movie features Shaan Shahid (played by Raj Kiran in the original), Humaima Malick (Smita Patil), Uzma Hassan (Shabana Azmi) and Mohib Mirza (Kulbhushan Kharbanda).
While Shan’s character of ‘Ali’ comes off as a complex singer, who is confused, pensive yet driven, Uzma’s character, which is that of a writer, portrays passion, devotion for her husband, and an undying thirst to be herself. Mohib plays ‘Umar’ who seems to be a prolific film-maker with a heavy gust of confidence, someone who is unapologetically sure of himself and Humaima’s character is brimming with superstardom, yet you’ll find traces of instability and obsession in her tone. Dialogues and screenplay, penned by Shaan, do seem promising with the trailer opening to a profound quote about dreams and how to achieve them. Two songs can be seen in the trailer; one based on the ever-green Sufi poetry and music, while the second is the qawwali seen the movie. Music by Rahat Fateh Ali is something to look forward to.
I have put my heart and soul into making this movie for it was a challenge to make a romantic film after so many years,” Shaan said in a statement. “I view the forthcoming film as an opportunity to strengthen the film fraternity of the two countries.” Whereas, Mahesh Bhatt commented on remake as “Shaan sahib is remaking a film that I started my career with, and that makes me very happy. I am very keen to see how he will interpret it. Every filmmaker has his own worldview, and he has complete freedom to reinterpret it however he wishes.”Disclaimer:We do not allow users to post content which is copyright and We take strict actions against the users who post infringement content on our website.Although we do not host any content, users post embed videos from youtube, facebook, Dailymotion and Vimeo and are moderated before posting but we still take strict action against the copyright videos posted.If you are an official representative of any company whose videos are posted illegally on our website or you think some video infringe the copyright then you can simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org