It’s the third day of Mahakumbh celebration of the forgotten language Sanskrit. Screening of the much talked about mainstream Sanskrit movie produced by the Pillar of Indian Cinema The Bombay Talkies Studios and revolutionary woman producer Kamini Dube combinedly. The film meant for the revival of Sanskrit Aham Brahmasmi is created by non-other than the military school student and much acclaimed nationalist filmmaker Aazaad. On the third day of its glorious screening in the cultural capital and the city of Lord Shiva kashi is enjoying the film as the spiritual act. Kashi is celebrating cultural and spiritual Mahakumbh for the first time ever. The esteem viewers are seen standing in long queues to get tickets so that they can witness and be a part of this historical event. Ever since the grand premier of Aham Brahmasmi that happened on the 6th of September. It has been a matter of discussion as the poori-kachauri culture of Subah-e-Banaras.
The Sanskrit lovers and protectors of Sanskrit gathered with their family and loved ones at the IP Sigra mall to watch the film and to get a glimpse of their tall and handsome sanatani hero. They were feeling proud to have selfies with tall and handsome Aazaad and Aazaad was also very excited to experience the overwhelming response from his core viewers. Actually, the Sanskrit film audience is writing the screenplay for the bright future for Sanskrit film and language. At the same time Filmmaker and lead actor Aazaad was seen trying to repay the debt of the soil through his art work by dedicating his work to the beloved audience. The city of baba Vishwanath has become a Sanskrit centre as the whole atmosphere is resonant with the chantings like Har Har Mahadev, Parvatipataye Nama and Jayatu Jayatu sanskritam. Inside the auditorium in reaction to Aazaad's soulful dialogues, the audience was overwhelmed, playing whistles, welcoming applause and repeating the lines.
Aham Brahmasmi is becoming like a religious event for the people of Kashi. Seeing the love, zeal and devotion of the people of Kashi towards their own culture, heritage , existence and Sanskrit nationalist filmmaker Aazaad was just mesmerised.