The soul that is tired of working all day in the fields needs to rest. This is the story of the man who gives birth to various forms of art like Zadipatti if he is addicted to art that calms the tired mind. But change is the only thing that endures, the person who believes in it keeps crawling into it as an art form, not wanting more entertainment, and then even though it has a history of a hundred and a half years, that art form doesn’t lose strength either. or lose its essence. This film is important as it describes how the current incarnation of the Vidarbha bush came to be in ‘Jollywood’.
The story of ‘Jollywood’ is based on a true event. Illustration or entertainment through art? This question has been looking for a definitive answer since time immemorial. This is not an exception. After the harvest, the bush theater at Vidarbha arose from the confluence of money in the hands of farmers and man’s primitive appetite for entertainment. In understanding this theater, it is equally important to understand the feelings of the people in the soil in which it was born. Then the film’s young director, Trishant Ingle, in the first frame, catches a glimpse of the green Vidarbha who is caught up in the discussion of ARV farmer suicides. Walking freely down the middle of the road, swaying through the fields swaying to either side, the camera shows the faces in the fields, in the backyard, hard at work, somewhat ragged, but living happily ever after. Adding a statement to it, the tour director reveals to us the Vaidarbhai farmer, his joys and sorrows, his difficulties, and then the drama of the bush born for the purpose of entertainment. The story takes place in the village of Wadsa in the Gadchiroli district, which is considered to be the center of bush theatre.
Narayan Rao is one of Zadipatti’s most experienced and devoted artists. Narayan Rao, who insists that Jadipatti Rangbhumi should not only entertain people but also enlighten them on various social issues, is accompanied by a young writer like Deepak Kale. People like to watch family dramas, where do you write social? In response, Deepak gives the code for a family drama on social issues to Narayan Rao, who asks that question. On the one hand, Zadipatti is a way to make money, but its purpose is to compromise on quality and give the audience what they want, instead of focusing on creating their tastes. On the other hand, the press (producers), who grew up like a dog’s umbrella to make money through bush strips, their rivalries, betel nuts from political organizations or others and then we have more viewers than them. desperately, the great efforts of artists like Deepak and Narayan Rao to be honest with their art and offer good works seem to be succeeding to some extent. But the unfortunate Dashavatars have not missed the people and their art. When it comes to entertainment, things never stop. They continue as they are, the show must go on. As the saying goes, the bushes that grew on the lines of Bollywood, Tollywood is running as an independent industry like a jollywood, the director takes you to this point.
Trishant Ingle, a young and inexperienced film director, has approached the topic of clearing bushes in a very thoughtful and academic way. There is a clean slate in it, but in general the direction of the film has not limited the subject to the bush, it has gained a global dimension. This kind of tragedy of art can be seen anywhere in the world, but with the passage of time, each art continues to find its own way. The director also tries to give a different optimism by telling a simple story through the bush. Although Asavari Naidu has written the story of the film, a director like Amit Masurkar has been associated with the film as a presenter, but the idea of directing sits at the root of the film. The actors in this film are also local or local artists. There are no known artists here. The language hasn’t been forced or the director hasn’t tried to make the story bigger than it is, and yet this short film strikes a chord in our minds. Many artists who are beyond their understanding are awakening their art in remote villages. In a sense, ‘Jollywood’ continues to show us the real world of these shattered artists like a mirror. At the same time, he draws a graphic of art forms such as the strip of bushes and the accompanying human incarnation. Trishant Ingle’s painting is very important in many ways.
Jollywood Director Trishant Ingle, Cast Mr. Diwakar Gawnde, Ajit Khobragade, Ashwini Ladekar, Kajal Rangari, Anil Uttalwar, Nisha Dhongde and Asavari Naidu.