New Delhi, Oct 1, 2016: Prakash Jha to launch track ‘Ek muthi asman’ for NALSA. National Award successful filmmaker Prakash Jha on Saturday introduced that he has produced a tune “Ek muthi asman” to unfold consciousness about National Legal Services Authority (NALSA). He says the purpose of the music is to reinstate folks’s perception that ‘justice is for all’ within the Indian judiciary.
Prakash Jha to launch track ‘Ek muthi asman’ for NALSA.
The track, created by Prakash Jha Productions, with lyrics “Ek muthi asman par haq humara bhi toh hai…Apne is Hindustan par haq hamara bhi toh hai”, has been extensively shot in additional than 20 states throughout India, together with Kashmir, Sikkim, Rajasthan, Kerala, Gujarat, Karnataka, West Bengal and Jharkhand.
The tune was formally introduced on Saturday right here, and will likely be out on October 7 as Prakash Jha to launch track ‘Ek muthi asman’ for NALSA.
Jha credit Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur for arising with the thought of the music.
“The thought was by Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur who spoke to me about it. Even I did not know that such a provision exists the place a poor or underprivileged individual can method not solely the taluka (an administrative division of a metropolis), however district taluka, High Court and Supreme Court,” Jha advised IANS over cellphone when Prakash Jha to launch track ‘Ek muthi asman’ for NALSA.
With lyrics by Manoj Muntashir and music by Salim-Sulaiman, the essence of the tune lies within the visuals of the actual individuals within the heartland of India – the working class, the ladies, the kids and labourers, learn an announcement issued on behalf of Jha’s banner.
Sung by Sonu Nigam, the music will likely be adopted by 15 actual life brief tales and a 30-minute documentary, exhibiting how NALSA has performed a pivotal position in offering justice to the weaker sections. It will likely be launched on November 9 as Prakash Jha to launch track ‘Ek muthi asman’ for NALSA.
NALSA has been constituted underneath the Legal Services Authorities Act in 1987 to supply free authorized companies to the weaker sections of the society.
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