Writer and director Sameer Sharma, who made his directorial debut with ‘Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana’, has lately gained Silver on the Spikes Asia Awards 2022 for his brief movie ‘Master ji’ starring actor Raghuvir Yadav.
The movie portrays the journey of a instructor from the inception of the lockdown up to now. ‘Master ji’ was shot in 2021 and was launched round Teacher’s Day.
When requested the way it feels to win Silver on the Spikes Asia Awards 2022, he replies: “I feel ecstatic to win this prestigious award! This represents a real India. It is also a tribute to all our teachers who actually form a nation and set a tone for the future. The people and their music.The way we live as close knit families. A universal story! Inspiring and heartfelt.”
Sameer has labored as a author in tasks like ‘Swades‘, ‘Bhoot’, ‘Raincoat’, ‘Khoya Khoya Chaand’.
His film is on how a instructor (Raghuvir Yadav) goes by way of a tricky time taking on-line lessons and the way his previous scholar prevents him from retiring from educating.
On asking about his expertise of engaged on this movie, he solutions: “Since this was a film on teachers it would be nice to mention a few. All that we execute is what we have learnt from my gurus, Raj Kapoor, Satyajit Ray, Billy Wilder, Hrishida, Yash uncle, Spielberg are just a few of the teachers I have had. I learn from them all the time.”
“Your team also makes all the difference. I had a great team. A director is nothing without those who work with him on realizing a vision. Every film teaches you. From some you learn just a little bit more. This was a 9 minute film but it just said so much,” he concludes.