‘Drishtant’ To Be The First Marathi Film With A Visually-Challenged Cast

According to the makers, this is the first feature film to have a blind cast

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Rupali Kadam
Rupali Kadam
Journalism student

INDIA: Marathi film industry is known for making films with unique concepts. Every film tries to convey a meaningful message to the audience. Interestingly, the Marathi audience happily accepts films with unconventional concepts. The upcoming Marathi ‘Drishtant’ is a unique cinematic attempt.

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Drishtant is the first Marathi film in which the entire cast consists of blind actors. Not only the actors but the singers, musicians, and dubbing actors are also visually challenged.

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Drishtant will act as a motivational pad for the aspiring people out there with any kind of disability and so the normal ones can perceive the world in a better way.

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According to the reports, the post-production of Drishtant is in full swing. The movie touches on the importance of life and also aims to raise awareness for organ donation. Drishtant has been reportedly shot in Goa.

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The story of Drishtant revolves around the life of Ajinkya essayed by debut actor Hemendra. The film is directed by Abhijit K Jhanjal. Produced by BM Productions, Polaroid Media, Sambhav Dawar, Tanmay Telang, Harshvardhan, and Tripur Singh. The film is slated to release soon.

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