Monday, 19 February 2018

short film - the real story of greatest man "scientist & former President of India; Abdul Kalam ".

The Times Of India presents a short film on the childhood of President A P J Abdul Kalam to inspire students and announce the Times Spark scholarships. A Times initiative to ignite the reading habit and discover the Kalams of tomorrow. #JaiHind 🇮🇳 Short Summary: It’s a stormy day on a bridge over the indian ocean, to the island of rameswaram, a night train delivers the morning newspaper to a newspaper boy who rides out into the storm to deliver the news and is the first to read the newspaper everyday as he saves one copy for himself to read, and he sees the picture (a newspaper article about the Supermarine Spitfire, a fighter jet used by the British in World War II ) of a spitfire aircraft in a newspaper and cuts it out makes a paper rocket out of it and makes it fly and that became his life’s purpose, to fly airplanes as a pilot but he fails the air force pilot entrance test and his reading helped him overcome failure and come back to become a rocket scientist on auto pilot, flying missiles and testing nuclear weapons, and rising to the highest office in the country. A newspaper boy who woke up the country. A true story to ignite dreams in a billion young Indians. #ASalaamtoKalam As narrated by Dr. Nazima Maraikayar Blessed by the House of Kalam, Rameswaram. 

 A Small Fry Production
 Director & Writer - Senthil Kumar
 Cinematographer - Matt Shaw
 Editor - Priyank Premkumar
 Executive Producer - Ryan Suares
 Lyrics - Madan Karky
 Vocals - Anthony Daasan
 Music - Madly Blues


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