Filmmaker Prakash Jha's film, Pareeksha will premiere at London Indian Film Festival on June 27
"Pareeksha tells the story of a brilliant boy being deprived of his right to education due to his poverty-stricken family. The far-reaching consequences of such a situation are disastrous. COVID-19 has locked us all in and the OTT platforms are serving as windows to the world of stories. But good stories matter a lot. It shapes our worldview. Pareeksha is one such story that will stir your heart," tells Adil Hussain.
“Pareeksha is a film with its heart in the right place. A father who aspires to educate his child, a child who has the seed of a genius and an officer who waters that seed to grow. With adequate opportunity, many can bloom and that's the message the film carries,” says Sanjay Suri.
Talking about the inspiration behind the film the writer-director-producer-
Abhayanand, who is a Physics graduate continues to conduct free tutorials and has now taken his social experiment to a wider forum so that more underprivileged and talented children from minority communities can also benefit from it.