Chair of the Central Film Certification Board, the advertising of a guru, a lantern poet or a movie author … look at Prasoon Joshi, brand in himself with as many lenses as possible. Yet a wonder of every wonder, here in the 49th edition of the India International Film Festival, Goa, the multi-exciting Joshi shows us another color again. By self-access, he is a singer-writer and does not need some encouragement to sing his songs, most of which are remembered by heart. In the film industry he has made himself a mark with songs such as Rehna Tu, Rubaru, Meri Ma, Maula Mere and many others, the divisions may be split.
However, he has been singing his songs ever since. The poetic poets came to him early in his life and at the age of 15, he had lived his first poem, one serious dead there, living on issues such as death, with words like a scream. Today he writes on a number of concerns, he shares, how he never wanted to write about films.
"Apart from my vocabulary without mentioning words like jaaneman, ishq et al did not quite quite the movie songs." Surprisingly, the same thing became a strength. Indians, claiming, are music lovers and yet they are not. It's similar, "Instead of developing a taste of music, we weaken it and make everything desirable. We easily fall into the trap of defined genres."
Indeed, responses can often be a trigger. So, when it was analyzed by some ugly dads for his incredible mummy song on mothers, he came up with each other again, kya pita ka dosh pita hona had talked about a patriarchate. When writing songs for films, the composition often comes first and unexpectedly words, as Mohe Rang De Basanti first set up, who composed AR Rahman in a jiffy. But whichever way, whatever the order, it claims, "It should be gel in a way that even the audience should expect to prove it as a whole and not be able to discriminate."
Although he always wanted to be a poet, he went on to make his MBA and today it will be located as one of the most influential advertising workers. But then there's a little bit with a finger on the people's pulse as it has! Not surprisingly, as the main CBFC, it would take into account people's senses as much as creative freedom.
Day 2 in IFFI
India's two International Film Festival day, Goa was marked by fake activity. The Malayalam, Olu and Kharvas film, Shaji Karun, directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale, has raised curtains from the Indian Panorama section that contains 26 films and 21 non-typical films. A high point of day was screening the Israeli movie The Other Story directed by Avi Nesher.