Produced under the banner of Rajendra Films on Maulana Azad and the first Hindi feature film, presented by Smt. Bharti Vyas, is going to be released in theatres across the country on January 18, 2019. The film’s producer, narrative, screenplay, dialogue, songwriter, Dr. Rajendra Sanjay Its director is also Dr. Rajendra Sanjay and Sanjay Singh Nagi. In the film, music has been given by Kahahar, while Art Director Manoj Mishra is there. The role of the main character of the film is that of Linesh Phanse (Maulana Azad), Sirali (Julka Begum), Sudhir Joglekar, Aarti Gupte, Dr. Rajendra Sanjay, Arvind Venkariya, Sharad Shah, Katie Ghaghani, Chetan Thakkar, Sunil Balwant, Mahi Singh, Chand Ansari And Virendra Mishra has played.
The full name of Maulana Azad was Abul Kalam Mohiuddin Ahmed, whose childhood was passed in Calcutta (Kolkata) with his elder brother Yaseen, three elder sisters Zainab, Fatima and Hanifa. At the age of just 12, he took out the handwriting magazine ‘Narang-e-Alam’, which was highly praised by the world. To become the active member of the famous revolutionary Sri Aurobindo Ghosh, he became his beloved character for the extermination of the British from India. He published one, two magazines ‘Al-Hilal’ and ‘Al Balah’ after one by one, fearing his popularity, the British rule closed the publication of both the magazines, crossing it in Calcutta and detaining them in Ranchi. Four years later, being released from detention in 1920, he met Mahatma Gandhi for the first time in Delhi and became his closest ally.
Jawaharlal Nehru, influenced by his talent and ojh, considered him his big brother. At the age of thirty-five, Azad was elected the Congress’s youngest president. During Gandhi Jee’s long jail, Azad foiled the Congress’s broken policy once again by dividing the two parties. As a Union Education Minister, he created a revolution in the field of science and technology and brought it to the western world. Look at the fascinating story of Saput’s life on the silver screen, like Maulana Azad, who struggled for a long time for Hindu-Muslim unity.
Producer of the film, Dr Rajendra Sanjay said, “This film was created by being influenced by the biography of Maulana Azad. Maulana Azad was a personality whose emotional fluctuations in life and his saga of his work in the freedom struggle was unique. This is India’s first feature film to be made on Maulana Azad. Its characters have made significant cooperation during the film’s production. I thank him wholeheartedly for his dignity and contribution. Cinematographer: Ramakant Munde