We don't know if god exist or not, but one thing is quite sure that the idol sitting in a temple we pray is not the god himself. Imagine if the idol in a temple can observe everything in his surrounding, nevertheless being merely a piece of stone, it can not react. How helpless it must be feeling? People pray to him expecting he will solve their problem, while he is not even able to convey his inability to them. Srijamyaham is a religious satire which puts you in the perspective of an idol. An idol who is tired of his non-existing godliness, has been a spectator a variety of human behavior towards the god, various rituals which he finds funny and politicization of the religion over the years. Sometimes he is concerned about them, sometimes he feels for someone, sometimes he makes fun of them and sometimes he is just bored. Among all the visitors, a girl whose friendliness he appreciates is his favorite and he is finding himself getting involved in her life. She is the only one who ...
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Written by Ankit Anand
Music Composed by Soumitra Raut and Dhruv Gandhi
Performed by Nikhil and Soumitra Raut See more