Silence speaks much louder than words in ‘Gandhi Talks’

‘Gandhi Talks’, the first silent movie screened at IFFI, aims to recreate the nostalgia of classic silent movies. The movie brings out the dichotomy between Gandhi on currency notes and Gandhi's ideals that everyone wishes to imbibe.

A silent black comedy, about the monetary needs of a character and how they impact others. A young, unemployed graduate Mahadev struggles to land a job through any means possible and crosses paths with a businessman and petty thief.

A subject wherein silence speaks much louder than words. ‘Gandhi Talks’ aims to tell a story by switching off the device of dialogue, which is not only scary but also interesting and challenging.

Cast and Crew

Director: Kishor Pandurang Belekar

Producer: Zee Studios, Kyoorius & Moviemill

Screenplay: Kishor P. Belekar

DOP: Karan B. Rawat

Editor: Ashish Mhatre

Cast: Vijay Sethupathy, Aditi Rao Hydri, Arvind Swamy and Siddharth Jadhav