The film - Anek
Cast: Ayushmann Khurrana, Andrea Kevichusa, Manoj Pahwa, J D Chakravarty, Kumud Mishra, Meghna Malik and Adi
Authors- Anubhav Sinha, Seema Agarwal and Yash Keswani
Director - Anubhav Sinha
Producers- Bhushan Kumar and Anubhav Sinha
Director Anubhav Sinha takes the society and likes to make a film that can show a mirror to the society. Someone keeps on assessing who is an Indian and who is not in India on social media. However, now Anubhav Sinha has asked this big question with his new film Anek that who is the real Indian? Looking at one scene of Ayushmann Khurrana in his film Many, you will understand that this is not just about the language, but it is deeper than we think. The film focuses on political and social issues of north-east India.
What is the story of the film?- In Anek, Ayushmann Khurrana plays the role of an under-cover agent named Joshua. Joshua keeps an eye on the separatist groups of North East India and their actions. In this film, the government is preparing for a peace dialogue with the separatist forces and the leader of the largest organisation in the North East, Tiger Sanga. Joshua's job is to control the active separatist group named Johnson so that the peace talks do not get spoiled because of him. In such a situation, Joshua had to do this work with his mind, although things take a big turn when he puts his heart on people and things. On the other hand, there is a young boxer Aido (Andrea Kevichusa) who wants to join the Indian team and give voice to her thinking and demands. Aido thinks that if she plays for the country at the international level, she will get a chance to convey her point to the big people. However, in Aido's house itself, his father Wangnao is against the government. Wangnao and Aido are fighting their respective battles on their own. Now who will win, it will be known after watching the film.
Acting- Director Anubhav Sinha has tried to show the difficulties of North East India and its people. This story questions the attitude of north east India being a part of India and the attitude of other people of the country towards those living in the north-east. In fact, the difficulties of the people of North East India and the experience of those who have joined separatist organizations have shed light on the lives of the people who have joined the separatist organizations. This makes the film very special. In the name of acting, Ayushmann Khurrana is strong. He has played the role of his Angry Young Man in a good way. Nagaland actress Andrea Kevichusa's work is good.
Film 'Anek' is the truth of this time. If you are living with the truth, then this film is a nightmare for you. After 'Article 15', this can be called another film, so you must go to see it.