Movie producer and the line maker of such worldwide hits as Slumdog Millionaire and The Life Of Pi, Tabrez Noorani has by and by safeguarded sex laborers and young ladies found in human trafficking racket from massage parlors in India.
He is currently during the time spent finishing an element film on the subject. Tabrez says the whole cast hopped into the task without irritating with the advantages. Rajkummar Rao plays a character taking into account the chief. Concedes Tabrez modestly, “Yes, Rajkummar’s characters endeavors to protect sex laborers and young ladies caught in human trafficking. I did likewise.”
Tabrez Noorani can’t trust his favorable luck. “I’ve held up 12 years to have intercourse Sonia. The subject, human trafficking is near my heart. I’ve looked into, went to houses of ill-repute, and even safeguarded sex specialists from the substance exchange with the assistance of NGOs. This is the film I’ve for a long while been itching to coordinate.” But something or alternate constantly halted Tabrez. “In 2007 I was good to go to begin my fantasy venture when Slumdog Millionaire came up, Then again when I was good to go to begin my film when I was approached to be line maker for Life Of Pi, then Eat Pray Love…..
Finally Tabrez’s directorial dream has fructified. Says the ecstatic first-time director, “To have a producer of David Womark’s stature back me in my directorial debut, and that too in a film about sex trafficking in Hindi, is an amazing break for me.”
Tabrez feels not much justice has been done to the theme of human trafficking in cinema. “The only significant film I’ve seen on human trafficking is Lukas Moodysson’s Lilia Forever. Otherwise Indian films on the theme like Nagesh Kukunoor’s Laxmi and Pradeep Sarkar’s Mardaani do not have the bandwidth to make a broad impact.”
Though Tabrez has serious creative reservations about a commercial Hollywood film like Taken he is pleased by the reach of the film. “The message of human trafficking went far in Taken. I’d want my film to have the same reach,”
Tabrez is joyous about getting all the actors he wanted. Says Tabrez, “Freida Pinto, Richa Chadha and two new absolutely fabulous actresses Mrunal Thakur and Riya Sisodia… they’ve all surrendered to my script from the moment they came on board. No money was discussed. And I can’t begin to describe Manoj Bajpai’s level of commitment to the project………
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