Mumbai, March 20 (CINEWS): His last excursion as a scriptwriter seemed to be “Lakshya” in 2004 however the prominent lyricist Javed Akhtar is making a rebound with a story rotating around the agriculturist’s suicide.
The 71-year-old “Sholay” essayist said the screenplay is set in a urban setup and how a metropolitan man responds to it. “After a genuinely long hole, I have returned to script composing. I am composing a script about ranchers’ issues. You get vegetable and natural products at a specific cost yet they get another cost when they are offering it.
“There is an enormous crevice between the two and that gets to be one reason behind suicides. I have taken this reason from a urban perspective and how a current individual progressively comprehends the individual,” Javed said on the sidelines of an occasion.
The author said he picked the urban set up in light of the fact that he feels that is the means by which their issues will be tended to.
“The normal group of onlookers is urban and when you take a gander at the issue from the urban eyes, maybe, they will have the capacity to comprehend it better and will have the capacity to associate with it.” The previous Rajya Sabha MP said he is additionally diving into the Indian hockey group in his another script.
“Another script which I am composing is a fascinating point. It’s about Indian hockey group that was separated in 1947 and how inside of one year we made another group and went on at last to win the gold.”