12 September 2012 10:38 PM, PDT | DearCinema.com | See recent DearCinema.com news »

Mohit Takalkar

Pune-based theatre director Mohit Takalkar’s debut feature The Bright Day will premiere today at the Toronto International Film Festival. Mohit tells us about his foray into filmmaking:

 What is The Bright Day about?

The Bright Day speaks out the confusions and dilemmas that the young generation faces in the process of finding the path they want to tread. The film explores this journey through strong cinematic imagery. It is shot in different terrains of India – City, Desert, Banks of Ganges; thus depicting imagery and reflections of inner and outer world beautifully. The film also works on spiritual and experiential layers to deal with the complexity of mind. A film of chance encounters, shifting perspectives and unexpected insights, The Bright Day is an intensely personal cinematic experience that is also universal.

What was the starting point for the film? 

The starting point for the film was my own life. »

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