'Take it Easy' for kids' sake
Take it Easy is a film with a unique subject of dealing with the plight of children in the families that live in the metros of our country.
The film, which is produced by Dharmesh Pandit under the banner of Prince Productions LLP and directed by Sunil Prem Vyas, has completed the first schedule.
The film deals with the sensitive subject of how parents force their dreams on their children and the plot revolves around an emotional journey of two friends Ajay and Raghu, aged 10 and 12 respectively.
Ajay and Raghu’s friendship turns into that of jealousy and rivalry because their parents force them into getting into a competition with each other. The film takes on the transformation that these innocent kids go through. The unbiased humanity that the children ultimately reveal serves as an eyeopening message for the parents, teachers, schools and for the whole social and educational structure of our country.
The film’s subject talks about how parents should be guided not to be over-protective and not to expect too much from their children. Parents sometimes fail to realise that constant comparisons lead to harming the psychological health of the children.
The focus is on how and why it is so important to make them a good human being first, rather than a good doctor/engineer/architect/or any other professional. “The concept that the first school starts at home and be friends with children in today’s busy life is reiterated throughout the script,” says the producer of the film, Dharmesh Pandit.
H also emphasises the fact that the film has a tight script with an engrossing screenplay. There is a thread of humour running across the script. Keeping entertainment with substantial content in mind, the film makes a touching and engaging movie, which is also fun to make it commercially viable.
The producer hopes that the movie turns out to be an inspirational film experience for the audience, just like the way Aamir Khan’s Taare Zameen Par was.