Filmmaking is an art and those who don’t bide by the rules of the world, create the best ones. A lot of filmmakers like Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese, Anurag Kashyap and many others have proved it. They have encouraged today’s youth to not care about anything and just make the film and enjoy the process. One such person who is highly inspired by these ace directors is Rahul Khan. Soon, he will be bringing to the audience a hard-hitting film called Beti Hindustan Ki.
Rahul Khan, born in Uttar Pradesh’s Hapur has handled several interesting projects. Some of his work include making commercials with Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor Manoj Bakshi. He has also worked as an assistant director with Sony Pictures on mythological shows like Mahakali – Anth Hi Aarambh Hai. His latest work was a single party number called Disco Night which released last year. Rahul Khan had directed the project which is well-received.
Last year, Rahul Khan was going to direct Beti Hindustan Ki. Sadly, the pandemic ruined the plans and the shooting has begun a few weeks ago. It’s based on social issues and will have strong characters. The film stars actress Rashika Singh in the leading role. They recently shot a song ‘Gunah’ in Delhi. The song Gunah is composed by Swaggar Music and crooned by King Smokey.
About Beti Hindustan Ki, director Rahul Khan says the film will open the eyes of the society. It will show people how indifferent they are when it comes to the treatment of eunuchs aka Kinnars. The role of Kinnar is being played by talented performer from Agneepath movie – Bobby Kumar. Another actor who has an intriguing role in Beti Hindustan Ki is Bajrangi Bhaijaan fame, Manoj Bakshi.
The film also stars actor Faisal Khan as a cop. Faisal is also the producer of this Rahul Khan directorial. Rahul is confident that the film will leave a desired impact on moviegoers. The star cast is super delighted to be a part of such a great film.
On his Instagram page, Rahul Khan is sharing updates and BTS pictures from the sets. So far, they have shot Beti Hindustan Ki in Noida, Bareilly, Faridabad, Mathura, etc.