Our purposes are manifold, but they all converge into one outcome – to make this world a better place.
Through Jhalki, we intend to help viewers pick up life skills inherent in the film and develop courage and self-belief. A problem-solving mindset with patience and the resistance to not get deterred by snags, on the way to their cherished goals, is sought.
We aim to help them attain a laser-beam focus to achieve their results. While these processes happen, we also drive to inculcate the ability to relate abstract concepts/metaphors/folk stories/learnings with real life.
To sensitize children to the various social pollutants that are affecting our social ecosystem. And in this process, to develop a compassion for the underprivileged who may be trapped in dire conditions and do our bit, like the tireless sparrow and like Jhalki in the film, to make this a better world.
And last, but the most important mission is to harbour the genesis of compassion and care for fellow beings.
Let’s try to make them conscious changemakers and harbingers of a better world.
This film has stand out, when I came out of theatre I was literally crying like most of the people, beautifully done- Manu Goel, at Mumbai screening
I have worked with BBA very closely so I know the kind of work they do the movie has done 100% justice to all these people. Really great- Paurus Kubal, at Mumbai screening
It’s so beautifully narrated . Towards the end it really gives you the feeling that one man who has done so much what we have not known, and there are so many children who are working as child laborers- Harpal Singh, at Mumbai screening
I like Brahma’s details of the documentaries have come in this film it translates into the intricacies of human life and psychology which we miss and second that it’s a very heavy subject but he has punctuated through a folklore which he believes in and in the animation form so it lightens the mood but it empowers you in the end… A lot of time I felt that film is going to end on this note but I am glad that he didn’t… it gives us that feeling that the battle is won but the war is still continue and we have lots to do… Somehow we all know kids like these in our neighbourhood and we ignore it, it should tickle you…- Shiela, at Mumbai screening
Festivals and Laurels
ABOUT THE PRODUCER/DIRECTOR
Brahmanand is a very unique combination of being an outstanding, multiple award-winning and well-recognized filmmaker, a vastly published author, a speaker, a visionary and an entrepreneur based out of Mumbai. He is the source of the vision, energy, drive and passion that Mobius thrives on.
Best known for his films like Jhalki: Tale of a Tireless Sparrow, a lyrical story of lost childhood, Kaagaz Ki Kashti, a biopic on legendary ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh and his National-Award winning (among many other awards and accolades) biopic on RD Burman,Pancham Unmixed: Mujhe Chalte Jaana Hai, which continues to enjoy a sweeping cult, critical and popular acclaim across viewing platforms.
“Life is a story we tell to others and to ourselves … make sure it’s well-told!”
Siingh often brings out an insightful, exploring and reflective dimensions in the subjects that excite him, bringing out its core essence in a soulful and captivating manner. His next feature films Surmayee Shaam, Rumi’s Secret and some compelling web series initiatives are under development.
He has also initiated a few path-breaking ventures — a series of well-researched, grippingly-told, tastefully-presented and thoroughly-distributed Series of Biopics and a platform of compelling stories in the form of personal films under his wing called HighLife Films.
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