Mumbai - After receiving much appreciation and 28 awards in national as well as International film festivals, the film Tarpan is now ready for release in cinemas. On the occasion of international women’s day, the trailer of Hindi film Tarpan directed by Neelam R Singh has been launched at the View, Mumbai. Under the banner of Eminence Studios & Mimesis Media, the film Tarpan supports the participation of women in all areas of society in today's time. No other day is suitable to show the remarkable journey of a woman. Today the women have left no stone unturned in any field. Let’s see the world through a woman’s perspective. The film shows a lot of emotional and social aspects of the women in society, so director Neelam R. Singh choose International World Women's Day to launch the movie trailer.
On this occasion, actors Ravi Bhushan, Shalin Bhanot and Ravi Gosain were present. The producer and director Neelam R. Singh was accompanied by the special guest Aman Verma, and film presenter Indarvesh Yogee.
Nand Kishore Pant, Sanjay Sonu, Rahul Chauhan, Abhishek Madrecha, Poonam Ingale, Neelam, Vandana Asthana, Arun Shekhar and Padmaja Roy will be seen in the lead roles in the film. This film is based on the novel of the writer Shivamurti, screenplay and dialogues are written by Dharmendra V Singh. Lyrics written by Rakesh Nirala have been composed by Manoj Nayan. Sukumar Jataniya is the cinematographer and Sunil Yadav has edited it. The background score of the film has been prepared by Sanjay Pathak.
Tarpan is basically made from the word tript, which means satisfying the other. The literal meaning of Tarpan is to offer water to satisfy the spirits of gods, sages and ancestors.
The film Tarpan's story is very sensitive. The young woman of the village Rajapatiya who belongs to lower caste is tortured by a high-caste Brahmin boy Chandar. This incident becomes a political issue. In the absence of witnesses, Chandar gets bail from the court. Local politicians poison the mind of Rajapatiya's brother and instigate him to take revenge.
On this occasion, director Neelam R Singh said that "I always wanted to make a film which touches not only the mind but also the soul. The story of the movie Tarpan is very close to my heart. The film clearly shows, in this society, the social evils between the upper caste and the lower caste. It also raises the question among the audience about the human values and at the same time, gives a subtle message to unite and fight social evils."