Main Zindagi Hoon (2009)

 ●  Hindi ● 0 hrs 40 mins

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A girl (Kalyani Nerurkar) accuses Aayur (Sanjeev Bhargav), a customer care executive in Mumbai, of killing her. The girl's sister (Sakshi Barve) shows up putting a spin to the accusation tale.

Cast: Sanjeev Bhargav

Crew: Prashant Bhilare (Director), Sujay Kumar (Director of Photography)

Release Dates: 19 Dec 2009 (India)

Hindi Name: मैं ज़िन्दगी हूँ

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Did you know? The "Bombay Times" shot in the film, is the director's tribute to the Mumbai city. The particular shot was inspired from the well known "Bandra Khadi", a polluted stream which runs through the Bandra suburb of the city. The place has the city local train route running across at one end and has corporate offices of MNCs on the other end. According to the director, this frame captures the economically separate classes of the city that co-exist within the same city. Read More
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as Aayur
as Rahul / Roger
as Mr. Secretary
Supporting Actress
as Grocery store boy
as Aman
as Amar
Supporting Actress
as Watchman

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Film Type:
Documentary Short
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
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Goofs:
Revealing Mistakes
The director's voice can be heard very lightly, prompting the actor during the wash basin sequence.

Crew/Equipment Visible
Thermacol sheets used as reflectors and lapel mic put on actors are visible throughout the film.
Trivia:
According to the script, at the beginning of the short, Aayur (Sanjeev Bhargav) is watching the scene from "Life Is Beautiful" where the family rides on a bicycle. The production department was not able to find the DVD of that movie, apparently it was out of stock. So "Life Is Beautiful" was replaced with "Little Miss Sunshine" at the very last moment. "Little Miss Sunshine" had a similar scene where the whole family rides in a Volkswagen T2 Microbus

The "Bombay Times" shot in the film, is the director's tribute to the Mumbai city. The particular shot was inspired from the well known "Bandra Khadi", a polluted stream which runs through the Bandra suburb of the city. The place has the city local train route running across at one end and has corporate offices of MNCs on the other end. According to the director, this frame captures the economically separate classes of the city that co-exist within the same city.

Two scenes from the film were shot at the St. John the Baptist High School in Thane, which is also the Alma Mater of the film's director.

According to the script, at the beginning of the short, Aayur (Sanjeev Bhargav) is watching the scene from "Life Is Beautiful" where the family rides on a bicycle. The production department was not able to find the DVD of that movie, apparently it was out of stock. So "Life Is Beautiful" was replaced with "Little Miss Sunshine" at the very last moment. "Little Miss Sunshine" had a similar scene where the whole family rides in a Volkswagen T2 Microbus.
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References: Little Miss Sunshine (English)