We were talking to a Kashmiri youth

If a nation can’t provide for you, what use really is nationalism?”The film will be screened on June 23, at 6. “We have done several projects surrounding travelling and alternate lifestyle. When looking for something to do around trains, I realised there is almost no content around the third class compartment. He told us, ‘If I get into the army, I will have a job. “The fact that Kashmir isn’t directly connected to the tracks that run through the rest of the country is what prompted us to really want to document the Kashmiris in the third class compartment. And soon afterwards I stumbled upon Mahatma Gandhi’s piece on travelling in the unreserved compartment, Third Class in Indian Railways, and figured I found my new project,” he tells us over a phone call.Filmmaking process apart, Samarth recalls the experiences he took home.”The 26-year-old director, accompanied by just his assistant and director of photography, started from Mumbai, moving to Okha in Gujarat, then to Delhi, finally getting on a train to Vaishno Devi.30 pm, at Films Division of India, Peddar Ron mind, the team first travelled to Baramulla and then to Banihal before moving to south India. From talking to a Kashmiri youth to chatting up with an 82-year-old ex-serviceman, the crowd in the general compartment managed to change his perspective on several issues. “

We were talking to a Kashmiri youth, who very openly supported Pakistan, and wasn’t worried of what the other passengers might think — and this got us really scared, to the extent that I began whispering!” he laughs nervously. Interestingly, the trains that run through the state actually have only unreserved compartments,” he explains.SeamanSteering away from politically charged conversations, the film also portrays issues of belonging to a patriarchal society — all in the form of conversations, of course. He had applied to the army only to wait a long time for an approval. Written way back in 1917, Samarth says, the article paints the exact same picture as today, which means that even after hundred years, the condition of these compartments is exactly the same.’ That got to me. Adding that documentaries don’t necessarily require artificial light — that the natural light ODM hydraulic hose connection Suppliers not only sets the tone of the film but also puts an interesting light on the characters.When asked how the team managed to film in a moving train with the chaos of sound, incessant movement and light issues, Samarth explains that none of these issues were really issues. “His village had no electricity and he was unemployed. “And so, we set out to document the compromises, hopes and dreams of these people. And maybe then I will support India