‘The Silence’ is travelling across the globe with masterfulness. After awarded & highly appreciated in various international film festivals, now it will be screened at MAMI on 4th November, 2015 at 8.30pm, PVR Juhu.
At the Brazil International Film Festival, Gajendra Ahire’s ‘The Silence’film has managed to secure a good position. This is for the first time that an Indian film will be screened at this film festival. The credit for the same goes to SMR Productions ‘The Silence’. Total 8 films are competing in the race, and countries like Mexico, Belgium, Paraguay, Germany, Bulgaria, Cuba, Argentina are participating along with India. The Brazil International Film Festival commences on 6th November, 2015 and will continue till 15th November, 2015. Just like always, even this time Gajendra Ahire has come up with an unique and new subject and is receiving applause for the same in various International Film Festivals.
Based on a real life incident, the story of ‘The Silence’ is about Chinee happily living in Konkan region with her father. On an unfaithful day in her life how her loved one becomes devil for her and how those memories haunt her in different steps of life is beautifully depicted by Ace director.
The film which talks about the growing misconducts with girls in the society stars Kadambari Kadam and Nagraj Manjule as leads. After earning good reviews for her work in Hindi industry Anjali Patil is taking her first step in Marathi industry through ‘The Silence’. While Raghuvir Yadav a well known face from Hindi industry can be seen as one of the central characters. ‘The Silence’ launches two new faces Mugdha Chaphekar and Vedashree Mahajan.
Ashwini Sidwani, Arpan Bhukhanwala and Navneet Hullad Moradabadi have collectively produced the film. The story of the film is written by Ashwini Sidwani. Gajendra Ahire has played a triple role of Screenplay writer, dialogue writer and director. The concept of the film is by Mayur Hardas and Krishna Soren is the DOP. Through ‘The Silence’, Rockband Indian Ocean debuts in Marathi film industry.
‘The Silence’ has previously been appreciated at the Germany’s Indian Film Festival as well. Our talented director Gajendra Ahire has won German Star of India 2015’s ‘Director’s vision’ award.