PRLog - April 20, 2012 - MIDDLETOWN, N.J. -- The big studios and well established family run movie production houses use their financial clout to produce, market, and distribute mainstream blockbuster [or masala] movies to entertain audiences around the globe. However, the indie film makers, and there are so many, use their creative talent; ingenuity; and tenacity to will a low budget film into existence.
Pyar Mein Kyun
In the past, producing quality low-budget feature films had so many handicaps and production values suffered because of lack of time and money. Shooting in 35mm may be unaffordable. Little or no money may be available to pay cast and crew, which precludes the engagement of many talented people. Experienced crew members who do agree to work for love or deferments may be lost in midstream to paying jobs. Each of these disadvantages could limit distribution possibilities. In addition, low-budget production often takes a very long time. It requires an unwavering commitment to will the film into existence. Because the filmmakers are doing what many production veterans consider impossible making features for less than the cost of a well-financed music video each low budget film is a miracle of tenacity and ingenuity. Methods for finding and utilizing the necessary resources vary far more than for features with higher budgets. Low-budget filmmakers have to be creative at every stage of production, from writing the script, finding the money through post-production and marketing.
Over the last few years the technology has improved so dramatically for the digital movies production, marketing, distribution, screening and sales that making low-budget movies is not only easier today but an occasional blockbuster is within the realm of reality. While there is remarkable diversity among low-budget productions, there is a basic framework within which such production takes place, and these rules-of-thumb illustrate the unique ways to persevere and ultimately prevail.
Created by award winning film writer and director Hyder Bilgrami, the movie Pyar Mein Kyun is a classy romantic love story with twists and turns that provide drama, entertainment, mystique and a thrilling experience. The star cast of this much anticipated Hindi movie includes actors Obaid Kadwani and Khatera Hakimi, with Sonny Chatrath, Deena Safi, and Michael Dean in supporting roles. The new song promo is available on YouTube at this URL: http://www.youtube.com/
RKNet Studios is producing new generation digital media films in the tradition of Bollywood and Hollywood. They are utilizing global talent with local resources to produce full feature films for audiences world-wide. The language in their movies is Bollywood Hindi and English, with English and Spanish subtitles, but, what’s so intriguing is the director’s focus on the use of the universal language, the body language.
Hollywood movies can take the age old story of love between a man and a woman in the most intriguing and authentic manner to produce one box office hit after another, and the movie Pyar Mein Kyun http://www.pyarmeinkyun.com is as authentic in its story and storytelling. It is the story of 2nd generation South Asian love, romance, heart-wrenching deception and drama between an older man and a 19 year old girl in our globally connected and socially networked generation. Sometimes things are not quite what they seem!
RKNet Studio films are aimed at younger audiences worldwide - over 500 million English-speaking South Asian middle class - that are looking for more spice from Bollywood. However, they are not making mythological movies that are fabulously unreal. They’re just keeping it real, entertaining, and thrilling.
RKNet Studios is in the business of producing, marketing and distributing digital media content including full feature films for the 17+ age group around the globe. The company is positioning itself to offer comprehensive range of creative, technical, financial, promotional, marketing, distribution, and trading support to its clients, as well as, utilize these in-house resources in the production of full feature films for global distribution.
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