|Tute Khwab: The Broken Dreams|
|Directed by||Pramod Sharma|
|Produced by||Pramod Sharma|
|Written by||Pramod Sharma|
Shri M.M. Movies
Tute Khwab: The Broken Dreams (Hindi: टूटे ख़्वाब) is a 2019 Indian social, comedy and tragedy feature film against terrorism starring director turned to actor Pramod Sharma and debutante Dhanashri Rathod. The film has been written, produced and directed by Pramod Sharma himself under his banner Shri M.M. Movies.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Apsara, whose marriage has happened just seven months back, remembers how her life passed like a Dream once she met her Love. Pramod Sharma (uses the original name in the film), her Love and later husband, is a Comedy Hero, a Super Star, of Indian Hindi films, and a comedian in real life too. Pramod and Apsara are lost in the dreams of their married life and child etc like any other common Indian couple. Will they be able to save their Dreams from the storm of terrorism that spreads from the neighboring countries and awaits them, or...
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Pramod Sharma as Pramod Sharma – A Comedy Hero and Superstar of Indian Hindi films.
- Dhanashri Rathod as Apsara Sharma - Love interest and later Wife of Pramod Sharma.
- Mahesh Kumar as Langada Lahori - One of the most dreaded terrorists who brainwashes children to fight the final battle to conquer India completely.
- Rajesh PR "Dadu" as Politician Kangaru Ji - a traitor Indian leader.
- Machindra Gaikwad as Kal Tak TV Journalist.
- Master Haransh Sharma as Prince Sharma - Pramod Sharma's nephew.
Production[edit | edit source]
Tute Khwab was made in quite a non-traditional way. In 2017, Pramod Sharma with the cast and crew of the film appeared in a Facebook live session and announced: "Tute Khwab: The Broken Dreams", as a short film mainly for film festivals. Later when he started finalizing the screenplay, he realized that such a vast and critical subject like terrorism should not be dealt with in a short film, so a feature film was announced.
To win the hearts of the classes and masses both, the screenplay has quite an unusual structure. Another experiment that was done was the use of normal mobile phones (not even iPhones) for the shoot. A mobile having Full HD Resolution (1920 x 1080p) was mounted on tripods and jimmy jibs etc for the entire shoot. Another mobile was connected to a lav microphone to record the sound. Most of the sound was sync sound and was recorded with the actual scenes. Later a software was used to apply two-level cleaning of noise from this sound. Only a few dialogs were dubbed later. Thus, "Tute Khwab: The Broken Dreams" is probably the first full length (114 minutes) Indian feature film to be completely shot on mobiles without the use of any cameras.
Controversy[edit | edit source]
Controversy surrounded the film when in the trailer launch event, Dhanashri, the leading lady, blamed Sharma for cutting her scenes and increasing the scenes of Madhuri who plays her best friend. The controversy heightened to the extent that the shooting was stopped. Pramod Sharma and Madhuri had to release a YouTube video to clarify the matter to the audience, but the tempest didn't stop there. Later, all the cast and crew of the film met during a marriage ceremony, the things were sorted, and the remaining scenes were shot.
Soundtrack[edit | edit source]
|1||Shiva Parvati Stuti (Hymn to God Shiva & Mother Parvati)||Devotional||Pramod Sharma, Jyoti Bhande|
|2||Shiva Aag Uma Fulwari hain (Shiva is Fire and Uma is a Garden of Flowers)||Devotional, Romantic||Pramod Sharma, Neelam Badjate|
|3||Tera Aana - Romantic (Your Arrival in my Life - Romantic)||Romantic, Marriage||Pramod Sharma, Jyoti Bhande|
|4||Tera Aana - Sad (Your Arrival in my Life - Sad)||Sad||Jyoti Bhande|
|5||PoSePo ka Sadela Geet (The Rotten Song of PoSePo)||Comedy||Pramod Sharma|
|6||Lahori Langada (The Lame from Lahore)||Satire||Mahesh Kumar|
|7||Bas yahi Islam hai (This only is the True Islam)||Devotional, Sad||Pramod Sharma|
References[edit | edit source]
- ""Tute Khwab : The Broken Dreams" Trailer - Pramod Sharma, Dhanashree Rathod, Mahesh Kumar". terrorism.trendolizer.com. Retrieved 2019-09-25.
- Tute Khwab on IMDb
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