Films are not just films, but something that reflect the brutal reality of the society and its people. Thus, a filmmaker is no less than a social worker. Vikas Kumar (Prashast Singh) works hard and makes an independent film, which soon becomes a victim of piracy. The film gets leaked online before its theatrical release, and shatters Vikas.
Enraged, he devises a plan to find the one who pirated the film in front of him. He tracks, finds, and interrogates many. No one had any idea that pirating an independent filmmaker's film would trigger his violent and angry side.
Apart from delivering a sharp and relevant message, BHAIYYAJAAN explores the psychology of a filmmaker's mind: how he struggles to make a film when no one supports him, and also when it comes to release the film. Filled with action and emotion, this independent film brings to light the struggles faced by an independent filmmaker, and of course, by his INDEPENDENT film as well.
Prashast Singh's first film with a 57 minutes duration.
Prashast Singh's first film to release with English subtitles.
The songs were prepared and sung directly while shooting. They weren't prepared before.
Prashast describes Bhaiyyajaan as the most important film he has ever done in his entire career.
The film was earlier supposed to be a black comedy-action film with an entirely different plot and theme, but later Prashast decided to make it a dark action drama with a social message.
Prashast added some strong violence in the film to give it a strong impact and make it look realistic. However, he made sure that the violent scenes didn't last for long and were brief enough to be watched by the young viewers as well.
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