An Insignificant Man Is A Saga Which Sent Two Strong Political Parties Into Tizzy!
An insignificant man is a true saga in form of a biographical-thriller which shows the time which appeared that integrity and idealism could bring revolutionary change in the corrupt system of Indian politics. This documentary displays the rise of Arvind Kejriwal and the birth of Aam Aadmi Party. It beautifully showed how Arvind KejriwaL sent the two tough competitive parties,(Congress and B.Jp.) in 2013 Legislative Assembly Election in an unimaginative quagmire. When three time obligatory Chief Minister Sheila Dixit haughtily said ‘’Kejriwal is not even in our radar’’ got a reality check after the election results is amazingly shown in the movie.
Directors Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla have all access of this engaging story and have followed Kejriwal thoroughly In 2012 and 2013. These scenes took audiences through the rooms where the ideals of Aam Admi Party were discussed and even to those places where these ideals begin to blur. Seemingly, the directors of this movie are clearly admirers of Kejriwal but even after that the film has no hint of being a propaganda. Autocratic ways and arrogance of Kejriwal is visible.
Editors Abhinav Tyagi and Manan Bhatt did next to impossible task of pruning and mixing 400 hours of footage into a 96 minute of movie. This really commands attention. The flaw which sticks out like a sore thumb in the flick is that this film is one sided and did not show relevant representation of any other party for keeping or justifying their views. Otherwise, the film is thumbs up!