Here’s How You Can Watch Shah Rukh Khan’s lesser known 1991 film Ahamaq


Superstar Shah Rukh Khan's lesser known miniseries-turned-film Ahamaq will be screened at the upcoming Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival.

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Directed by filmmaker Mani Kaul, the film was initially discharged as a four section TV smaller than normal arrangement on Doordarshan in 1991, preceding being screened at the New York Film Festival in 1992. Ahamaq, in any case, was never business discharged.

The film will have a screening at the Jio MAMI eighteenth Mumbai Film Festival in the recently presented program 'The New Medium'. The portion will be curated by craftsman Shaina Anand.

Ahamaq depended on Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel The Idiot. The unedited scaled down arrangement will be introduced consecutive as a four-hour film.

To talk about the film and how it was to function with Mani, key individuals from the first cast and team including performing artist Meeta Vasisht and cinematographer Piyush Shah among others will likewise be available.

'The New Medium' area will open with the reestablished rendition of Dziga Vertov's 1929 exemplary, Man with the Movie Camera. The film will be joined by a live score performed by the Vitaly Tkachuk Quartet joining from Ukraine.

"We are genuinely eager to present this new area – my undisputed top choice segment – which showcases a portion of the more intense and original tests in filmmaking. I trust film partners will accept this open door to experience works like the recently reestablished Man with a Movie Camera joined by unrecorded music, and Lav Diaz' Evolution of a Filipino Family, among others," Jio MAMI with Star, Festival Chairperson, Kiran Rao said in an announcement.

The area will highlight the best in creative film-production by scouring the living history of silver screen – from its beginning to the contemporary minute.

Among the 14 titles that will screen all through the celebration, some of them incorporate Uday Shankar's Kalpana (1948) reestablished by the World Cinema Foundation and a notorious work of extended film – the two-screen Light Music (1975) by Lis Rhodes that will be introduced inside the silver screen corridor.

These movies will be screened all through the celebration, between October 20 to 27.

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