Imtiaz Ali’s Short Film India Tomorrow : Sex Worker with a Plan

Rockstar director Imtiaz Ali is come out with Short film. The film is released on 6th April 2016, Wednesday. It is 5 minutes’ film directed by Imtiaz Ali and it was premiered during the India Today Conclave 2016 in New Delhi last month.

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The 5 minutes long film’s titled “India Tomorrow”. The short film first released in Facebook and it shared by director Imtiaz himself. The film is already making waves on social media with 2.4 lakh views and counting. The movie shows a life of prostitute and interesting conversation between a sex worker and her client. The conversation is on stock market.

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Rockstar’s song “Sadda Haq” is fit in this movie. The story starts from a one room when two people having sex. At that time a man gets a phone call from someone. The middle man (in the phone) is said that a stock market has been crashed and the man is in completely loss. He lost all the money.

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But a sex worker gives him to financial advice she has knowledge about the world and current affairs. Then the man is very surprised from her knowledge about investment. He said to her that you could become an investment banker easily. But she answered him that, “I can take care of myself, you worry about you.”

Imtiaz Ali said that, “With this short film, I am opening up the doors to the digital world, to have conversations with interested people and organisations. I have these powerful, shorter stories that must be told and now can be told. I think web series, short films are exciting forms that hold potential to bring about change in storytelling and entertainment.”

Anyone can Bring Change
Anyone can Bring Change

The India Tomorrow is ends with the Rockstar’s song “Sadda Haq” with real life footage of sex workers. The girls are taking  selfies with director Imtiaz Ali. The movie is very impressive to see with unique concept of Imtiaz Ali. Imtiaz has been given to us wonderful films like Jab We Met, Highway, Rockstar, Tamasha with powerful characters of female.

As part of an initiative to build resonance around a message of positivity and progress for all, this short film explores an unpredictable theme of quasi-role reversal where a sex worker teaches a few stock market lessons to her stockbroker client. It’s core argument is that in #IndiaTomorrow, anyone can bring change and achieve success.

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