Goodness and humanity are the virtues that drive human nature when they experience impatience and turmoil. Bhagwan is a story of these virtues as it replaces turmoil with a purpose. In a small town of Maharashtra, an ignorant society, human purpose and conflict of choices complete the circle of karma when a man meets an old woman on his usual bus journey. On a night of uncertainty, if you are caught between your duty and intuition, What would you choose?
Bhagwan is a short film directed by Trushant Ingle. The film is set in a local town near the city of Nagpur in Maharashtra. Through the film, the Director wants to emphasize those core human values that are not taught by anyone but are imbibed within us from birth. Bhagwan is a quintessential of the nature of good deeds and karma. It focuses on the good rather than the bad, without giving a hint of how one good deed can amplify towards a bigger cause. It also is a take on how the migration of one’s children from towns and villages to big cities/ countries brings an attitude of negligence in them. The director has written and directed the film by drawing events from his own life and experiences. Bhagwan has the little moments of joy found in arguments, conversations, journeys . Every film makers responsibility lies in connecting their audience to the right strings of the message they want to convey. Bhagwan is an attempt to bring a change in the hearts of its viewers by reminding them that God resides in each of us and he is found when we be good, do good.