American media company, Vice is set to launch a movie on Arvind Kejriwal

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After Daddy, Narendra Modi and Manmohan Singh, another Indian politician's journey is being recreated on-screen.

Vice termed Kejriwal’s biopic as a "masterpiece"

American Media Company Vice is set to launch "An Insignificant Man", a biographical film based on the life of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Directed by Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla, this movie is a non-fiction political thriller that portrays the rise of Kejriwal from a social activist to a politician.

American media company, Vice is set launch a movie on Arvind Kejriwal

Vice termed it as a "masterpiece" and has announced that it will now be partnering with producer Anand Gandhi's Memesys Lab in releasing the film widely, in India and internationally.


"I first saw 'An Insignificant Man' at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016, and I came away thinking it was the best documentary about street-level politics since Marshall Curry's 'Street Fight'," Jason Mojica, Executive Producer, Vice Documentary Films, said in a statement.


The film already had a conflict with the Central Board of Film Certification, under the former chief Pahlaj Nihalani. He had asked the filmmakers to get a no-objection certificate from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit and Kejriwal himself, to get a go-ahead for release.

Finally, the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal cleared the film.

"We at Vice closely followed the filmmakers and the censorship battle over the film over the past few months. Vice will always champions independent filmmakers fighting for freedom of expression," said Mojica.


"We're bringing 'An Insignificant Man' to our audience around the world because we think it's a highly relevant film for anyone who sees problems in their own political systems and has the impulse to get personally involved in trying to change things."


Though the terms of the deal weren't disclosed, the acquisition means the film will be shown in over 22 countries in theatres, on television and digitally.


"For the first time ever in the history of Indian cinema, a film will show exactly what goes on behind closed doors of a political party. Vice has led

the content market when it comes to serious non-fiction work," said Anand Gandhi of Memesys Lab, the studio behind the film.


This movie is supposed to be releasing on November 17 in India.

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