Recent Indian children films like CHILLAR PARTY, SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, TARE ZAMEEN PAR, STANELY KA DABBA have got success and applause in India as well as foreign. After seeing the success of these films few producers and distributors started thinking for children films. Producer and distributor Mahmood Ali bought rights of such a film CHUTKI BAJA KE recently. Before this he has produced Hindi, Bhojpuri, Bengali, Marathi and many Malaysian films. Also bought overseas rights for almost 150 films like Main Hoon Na, Aitraaz, Phir Milenge, Masti, Dev etc. His Bhojpuri film DON and Marathi film KAS KAY MUMBAI are on floor.
Recently music of CHUTKI BAJA KE was launched in Mumbai. Rahul Roy and Harish were present specially at the occasion. Talking to GLAMGOLD Mahmood said, “Since many years I was in search of a brilliant film with which I can start all India distribution. I like the subject of this film. It raises hard hitting question of child labour with entertainment. The film has strong message.”
He adds, “The film is produced by Jaipur based producer P. Kiran and directed by Vedant Bishnoi. They have done good research before starting the film. Today we see children working in powerloom and zari factories in Bhiwandi near Mumbai. Many children are working in leather factories situated in slum area Dharavi at Mumbai. Government, Police department everybody knows about this. But they just raid few times to these places. Result is zero. Everything is running as usual.”
About the film he said, “It is a story of a child who is given to the people who forces him to work. This happens because of rivalry. The kid faces many problems. One day he finds a taviz which can do anything with a snap of fingers. He makes himself with few more kids with the help of this taviz. It brings happiness to their lives. See we have tried to give message that this does not happen in real life but atleast we can inform the police if something wrong is happening. Everyday there are news about such cases which bring tears to your eyes. The film will make people awake.”