Chandigarh filmmaker Ojaswwee Sharma's film appreciated

Ojasww Sharma has now opened the film for target groups via digital platforms, and assuming the reactions received, the young filmmaker is hopeful that the acceptance of this genre will increase with the exposure from public to world cinema. With his choice of subjects, ranging from the rescue of the girl, protection for witnesses of crimes, human dilemma of choosing between materials and relationships, Sharma says:" Difficult topics are both bread and butter, and passion. not really running, the creative satisfaction is a huge kickback." After spending seven years in the industry, Sharma is ruthless in his passion for short films in Punjabi, even when he says," Filmmaking is a very thankless job, you just have to be in it, hoping that your genre will day will find acceptance."
The Last Date is about" the dilemma of the protagonist Ajeet, played by television actor Abhey Jit Attri, in choosing between the ancestral country that is his only connection with his homeland and his father's life." Earlier this year, Sharma's Badalti Soch, with the theme of 'women's emancipation', also received support from Dr. G Dewan, director of health care and mission director, national health mission, Chandigarh UT. While his film was released last month, Zubaan , based on Witness protection , there was also one that garnered critical acclaim." As a filmmaker, I think every creative person shares the responsibility to open a social dialogue with the public, and I'm not suggesting that this was my original intention the making of a film, but the social comment unintentionally, because it comes from my perception from real life and thus has an impact .. In Zubaan, for example, the subject urges the government to change the witness protection laws. I feel for a film, that's why I want to make it" , says Sharma in television series such as Adalat, alongside three Punjabi films and a few Hindi. In addition to creating a docu-drama about a personality of Panjab University, Sharma says that this genre of filmmaking opens a new audience" There is a misconception that documentaries are not commercial films, Docudramas are based on real people, such as biopics, the only difference being that their duration is shorter than full-length feature films, and I did not have the space to show my creativity, but now that I have this space and also have public interest, it simply proves the courage of this genre."