If you like your films to have a Hindu feel, you might want to consider creating your own movie in Hindi.
Here are three ways to get started.
A film called “Shatna Bhi” could be your first.
A recent documentary called “Hindus in Motion” was filmed in India and features films like “Dhananjaya,” “Mujala,” “Chhatra,” “Nagasamya,” and “Bharat Mata ki Jai” by the late director Amitabh Bachchan.
“Shatarat”, which translates to “the light is shining,” was made by actor-director Shatil Bhatt.
The film is loosely based on the life of the late author Satyajit Ray, who passed away in 2014.
The title translates to a story about a man’s journey of finding his identity after death.
The documentary, which premiered on Netflix earlier this year, has garnered positive reviews and the film is currently in production.
Another documentary called the “Kathakali” will follow a film student in Bengaluru.
“Katha Kya” is a documentary that explores the lives of seven people, including a filmmaker, a social activist, and a politician, who have been jailed in the past few years for protesting against corruption.
The filmmakers say that the documentary is the first time the story of these people has been told in India.
A documentary called ‘India’s Greatest Story’, which is based on an interview with author Salman Rushdie, will chronicle the life and legacy of the poet and critic, who was born in Bengal, in 1929.
It premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2017.
India is a diverse nation, with a diverse set of cultures and religions.
The country has more than a billion people and many of them have a different set of experiences, says Rajiv Shukla, who heads the global division at the India Film Council.
The diversity of India also has implications for film production and distribution, he adds.
“You can tell from the films that have come out, it is not just based on a single culture,” Shuklai says.
“It is about a lot of people.
There are a lot more voices, and different kinds of perspectives, than what you see in mainstream cinema.”