Nomads are known as a group of communities who travel from place to place for their livelihood. Though very poor and deprived they are still not facilitated with any constitutional safeguard and concern. The government of India in early 2006 has set up a commission for the development of these communities, so as to bring them to mainstream. But, 10 years have passed and not much has been done yet. To highlight this issue director Deepak Kadam has directed a Marathi film Vakya, which is all set to release on today, 13th October 2017.
The film’s story is based on the life of Potraja who wants to come out of the old traditions and blind faith practiced by his community. So, ‘Vakya’ presents his struggle to reform. Character of Potraja is portrayed by Rajdutt, veteran award winning film director and the other important character of Ghumya is played by Abhijeet Kulkarni. Other cast includes Nityashree Dnyanlaxmi, Kishori Shahane, Prema Kiran & Ganesh Yadav. Music is composed by Dev Ashish.
Film's story and screenplay is written by Deepak Kadam, whereas the dialogues are written by Nityashree Dnyanlaxmi & Abhijeet Kulkarni.