Jaan Shaan Imaan

Anurag Kashyap about the films Jaan, Shaan, Imaan

Anurag Kashyap about the films Jaan, Shaan, Imaan: “I feel they were well made real stories. It is our responsibility to help them (…) to make them part of our society.” 

Sutur’s interview

As part of Aangan’s activities in our Youth Centers in slum areas of Mumbai the film making of “Jaan, Shaan, Imaan”was initiated. The discussion of cases of boys in Observation Homes got children thinking and scripting around these themes with Aangan team and theatre actor Pramod Pathak. Sutur, one of the main characters of the films spoke with Pramod about how the film making impacted him. read more»

Screening of Jaan, Shaan, Imaan

 

Director Kiran Rao opened the screening of Jaan, Shaan, Imaan in March 2011 with remarks about this hardly debated subject of vulnerable children getting into conflict with law

Film screening of Jaan, Shaan, Imaan at the Bombay Hub

The young film makers of Jaan, Shaan, Imaan explaining how the project impacted them.

Jaan, Shaan, Imaan – short films created by Aangan’s boys

Part of our activities with the at-risk boys in the Youth Centers is group work around issues like peer pressure, impulse control, dealing with stress at home, education and vocation planning. As part of this process, the film making of Jaan, Shaan, Imaan (Love, Pride, Honor) were initiated. The discussion of cases of boys in Observation Homes got children thinking and scripting around these themes with Aangan team and theatre actor Pramod Pathak.Altogether nineteen high-risk boys from Mumbai’s disadvantaged areas of Govandi, Bhiwandi, Antop Hill and Dongri scripted, acted and recorded these short films depicting the story of how boys end up in Observation Homes. read more»