Lavaste Review: Lavaste featured about unclaimed dead bodies. After whose name the film is named Lavaste.
Sudish Kanojia’s film ‘Lavaaste’, based on the real struggle amidst the hustle and bustle of life, is releasing soon. The film is releasing in theaters on 26 May. Its trailer was released on 13 May, which got a good response from the audience. This film is based on those people who have no one at the time of their death. A young boy does the last rites for those whose families do not turn up to collect the bodies.
The film is based on those unclaimed dead bodies, which have no one to offer them. Omkar Kapoor, Manoj Joshi, Kurush Debu, Gulshan Pandey are in important roles in the film. The story of the film revolves around the story of a young B.Tech graduate Satyansh played by Omkar Kapoor. Satyansh, who takes up the responsibility of handling unclaimed dead bodies.
The story of the film is heart-wrenching, which can bring tears to anyone’s eyes. It is shown in the film how some people become unclaimed despite being heirs. The film depicts the plight of unclaimed dead bodies. The film is directed by Sudish Kanojia. The film is produced by Aditya Verma and co-produced by Rohandeep Singh. The film is made under the banner of Adive Productions Pvt Ltd. The trailer of the film is getting good response on social media. The team of the film is busy promoting the film in full swing.
When the trailer of the film was launched, the makers revealed the pain behind the story. He had told that this film tells the truth of those unfortunate people who are left all alone in the presence of children and after death there is no one to light their dead bodies. This film has been made by combining some true experiences.
Omkar, who plays an important role in the film, said that being a part of this film is very special for him. He told that this film shows that aspect of the society which many people are unaware of. He is confident that the story of the film will attract the audience and leave a mark in people’s minds. At the same time, the director of the film says that his aim behind making a film on this serious issue is to raise awareness. The film is releasing in theaters next weekend.
Starcast- Omkar Kapoor, Manoj Joshi, Brijendra Kala
Director – Sudish Kanojia