“Through the narratives of Dinesh Yadav, Rakesh Vishwkarma and Umashankar Yadav, we see a typical day in the life of rainmakers – the work that goes into creating a rain scene, the risks, the highs and the lows. In the course of the film, we see that such a profession is so central yet marginalised in the business of film-making, making clear the dichotomies that are created of on-screen and off-screen contribution in the projects.”
The owner of a foodstall in Worli, an artist and a broker, today Vaishali, Sulekha and Laxmi are successful independent women in their own right but the mills and the Great Textile Strike of 1982 continues to be an important part of their lives that they cannot and do not wish to forget. In fact, theirs is also a struggle to keep the legacy of the mills alive.
This video traces how Waman Dada is influenced in the mass. How mass is carry forwarding his task is the one of the facet of the movie. Waman Dada was persistent Ambedkarite and written so many songs on the societal equation and high and low culture.
It is song on the dead people of present time. Everybodies are frustrated in some to another reason. The cause for it; we could not understand and made it complicated for further generation. The song also talks how a human being get distracted.
Babasaheb considered Kabir as his Guru. Kabir stayed with the mass for a reason and which is commonly understood; he had spoken mass peoples language. I remember, once my father was trying to connect himself with Kabir on the basis of how they dont believe religion. And it was rhythmic verse.