Gajraj Rao, Rajesh Tailang and Raghav Juyal backs film Andaman and urges audiences to be the hero of the film
Sanjay Mishra, Rajesh Tailang and Anand Raaj starrer film Andaman releases independently on their ott platform named open theatre with unique social media campaign wherein audiences are also the profit partners of the film. However, this campaign catches the eye balls of celebrities like Gajraj Rao, Rajesh Tailang and Raghav Juyal wherein they urge people to watch and support independent film makers and asks audiences to be the hero of the film.
Helmed by director Smita Singh and produced by 8 Pillar Motion Pictures, the makers of the film decide to release the film by running a campaign on social media, after facing release hiccups. Written by Anand Raaj, the film started streaming from 20th November on website of open theatre http://www.opentheatre.in
Rajesh Tailang who is also an integral part of the film says,”Whenever we hear of a any new film, the first question arise is who is the hero of this film? Because a hero creates a belief in audiences to watch the film. But sometimes a good film fails to reach the audiences because it doesn’t has a hero. Andaman is one of the good film which needs a hero to reach the masses and you can be that hero.”
Veteran actor Gajraj Rao lends his support and shares,”In the last 2 years, covid has caused a havoc in our lives and turned it upside down. On this same subject my friend and director Smita Singh has made a film named Andaman. I watched its trailer and really liked it. The film has released now and I request you to watch whenever you get time. If you really like it, please encourage such young film makers.”
Actor and dancer Raghav Juyal says,”We always look got hero and heroine in the film before watching any film. But sometimes actors fail to make it reachable to the masses because of not having a big name. Andaman is also one the film which is very beautiful and it needs a hero to reach its audiences and you are the hero! Please support these independent films and filmmakers.”