Director Uma Prakash Tiwari made an impactful movie on the background of rural India
Mumbai : A young director Umaa Prakash Tiwari has left his mark as a debutant director. The film Muqaam, released under the banner of RaviRam Productions on the Hungama OTT platform on 28th April 2022 is loved by the audience.
The impactful direction of Umaa Prakash has made the social crime drama more interesting. Not only directional but also screenplay, dialogue, and story are given a by Umaa Prakash Tiwari. The film is produced by Ravi Sharma.
The social crime drama Muqaam is inspired by the daily news stories of love and betrayal which we come across in society. Society has almost become insensitive towards these issues because of the sheer frequency and the feeling of a false sense of security that it is not going to happen to them or their dear ones.
The story revolves around – Disha, Tahir, Chandu, Zoya & Salim, etc. Disha is a small-town, next-door girl. She is an orphan raised by her grandfather. Her grandfather wants to see her happily married to a good guy before he retires but Disha has plans of her own.
She is in love with Tahir and is ready to take any measure for getting married to him. Tahir is an auto driver and a small-time criminal which Disha is unaware of. He along with his friend Chandu commits crimes to make some quick bucks on the side.
In the mean, while Disha and Tahir met Salim. She is an innocent girl, whose dreams get shattered because of her blind faith.Will she be able to come out of this whirlpool or will she bear the brunt of her single mistake, her blind faith? Will she get a second chance, or will she be the collateral damage?
The movie will soon be out to answer these questions.The film is starring Sandeep Bose, Prabhakar Srinet and Nidhi Pandey in the lead role. Along with them Mahendra Sriwas, Aditi Awasthi, Nityanand Panday, Neelam Pandey, Alok Chatterjee and Balmukund Tripathi in various roles.
The executive producer is Akhilesh ray, the cinematography is A Vell Murugan & Santosh Pal, the editor is Virat Gupta, the Costumes by Archana Khanna, the Background Score by Anup Roopnagwar and the Action by Dilip Yadav.
The film is set against the backdrop of Mumbai and Ayodhya. The audience response is quite overwhelming post-release of the film.On this success, Umaa Prakash quoted that the film Muqaam is set in the backdrop of rural India.
It is inspired by the daily news of love and betrayal which we come across in society. Society has almost become insensitive towards these issues because of the sheer frequency.
He further said that though he is a writer, screenplay, and the director of the film, the cast and crew have very well supported him to bring his vision beautifully on the screen.
He further added that he is thankful to the audience for unconditional love which they have shown to his debut film.
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