Aalaap Ek Nayi Roshni is clearly ushering in a new light into cinema and at the same time ensuring that it is a harbinger of social change as well. Aalaap hit the cinema screens on Friday to an encouraging response.
The Shri Shankaracharya Arts produced and Manish Manikpuri directed film has touched emotional chords not just in the Naxal affected states but also found like-minded individuals in the metros who believe in Aalaap’s philosophy that music can suppress anger and hatred.
“Aalaap is not just a movement, it is a revolution. Movements are temporary, revolution is permanent,” chorus the producers Nishant Tripathi and Abhishek Mishra. The aalaap is slowly taking effect and the notes are being noted by the audience. If music be the food of love, play on!
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