Jha in the Web


THE SO­CIAL ac­tivist di­rec­tor Prakash Jha is all set to host a web show, ti­tled, Saare Ja­han Se Achha. The se­ries will show­case the lives of or­di­nary in­di­vid­u­als who try to cre­ate a change in the lives of many through their ef­forts. “I am full of grat­i­tude af­ter in­ter­act­ing with the com­mon peo­ple who went out of their way to make a change in the lives of other peo­ple around them with­out any ex­pec­ta­tions in re­turn. Some­times, small con­tri­bu­tions make a big im­pact, and it is essen­tial that the story of these peo­ple is told so that the pos­i­tiv­ity spreads,” said the film­maker. Debu­tant di­rec­tor Prakash Bhard­waj, com­ment­ing on the oc­ca­sion said that in an at­mos­phere where there was so much neg­a­tiv­ity float­ing around us in so­cial me­dia and news, we were in dire need of some­thing that would make us proud of our fel­low cit­i­zens and their ef­forts that help us lead a bet­ter life. San­deep Singh, who was the CEO of the pro­duc­tion house which last pro­duced San­jay Dutt’s come­back film Bhoomi, is pro­duc­ing the web show. “We are look­ing at cre­at­ing a se­ries of 52 such in­spir­ing films once this is re­leased,” he an­nounced. A no­ble thought, in­deed, and Jha is cer­tainly the right fit.

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