Film on Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will be released in November

Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal at a public meeting at Sagarpur in Dwarka in Delhi on Jan 25th 2015. Express photo by Ravi Kanojia.

New Delhi: Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s blue wagon R car has been stolen from the Delhi Secretariat, but here we are telling you about a second news related to him. In fact, the whole country has seen the story of Arvind Kejriwal’s movement to enter politics and then to become the Chief Minister of Delhi, but now soon the story is about to appear on the screen in the form of a film. The release date of Arvind Kejriwal and his film ‘An Insignificant Man’ has come to the fore.

The film will be released in India on November 17 and will release it to the US media company Vice It is bringing the film director Vinay Shukla and Khushboo Ranka, which is a documentary film. Through this, he claims that for the first time, the story behind political parties in a film will be shown. However, he was allowed to do this by the Aam Aadmi Party and in this center of the movie you will see only ‘AAP’ and Arvind Kejriwal.

Khushboo and Vinay had made a documentary film on Kejriwal and his party quite early and the film has been screened in many film festivals. But recently it got the certificate from the censor board. In fact, the film was against the former President of the Central Board of Film Certification, Prasoon Joshi. He asked the filmmakers to release the no-objection certificates (NOC) from the filmmakers to the former Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit and Arvind Kejriwal. Finally, the film certification appellate tribunal approved the film.

Describing this movie as a ‘Masterpiece’, Vice has announced that he will now partner with producer Anand Gandhi’s Memmiss Lab to release the film all over India and internationally.

Jason Mojica, executive producer of Vice Documentary Films, said, “I watched an innkeeping man at the Toronto International Film Festival 2016 and I thought this film is the best documentary film on ground politics after Marshall Curry’s Street Fight. ‘

On this film, the former Central Board of Film Certification Board Pahlaj Nihalani had objections. He asked the filmmakers to release the no-objection certificates (NOC) from the filmmakers to the former Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit and Arvind Kejriwal. Finally, the film certification appellate tribunal approved the film.