While relations between India and Pakistan continue to remain tense, and the call for a ban on Pakistani actors working in Indian films continues, debutant director Nirang Desai’s next film discusses relations between the two countries, minus the strife.
‘Taabeer’ is the story of two Army men who find themselves interpreting the situation between the neighbours, and end up discovering themselves during this journey.
“It [the film] has nothing to do with war. It’s a psychological story. It could have been set between any two countries. We are trying to say that men from the military have a heart too. What do they endure, is what we are asking. There isn’t a single war sequence in the film. The word ‘taabeer’ refers to interpretation, so I am leaving it to
the audience to figure out the message,” says Nirang.
Bengali superstar Prosenjit “It discusses the futility of war, an issue that’s timely and relevant. It also questions who is a true soldier, and what goes on in his mind when a war is underway,” the actor says, who is part of the cast, speaks of shooting at 14,500 feet above sea level. “We shot at Sach Pass in Himachal Pradesh. Despite the odds, we managed to wrap up the shoot in 17 days.”
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