Harfanmaula Films is a venture by 4 storytellers, set on the path of making meaningful cinema that has the potential to reach out to the masses. It aims to encourage the art of storytelling and bridge the gap between young creators and the vast audience.
Producer, Executive & Creative Producer of National Award winning film ‘Hellaro’ in 2019, he has also produced award-winning short films like ‘Naap’ , ‘Prakash’ and national Award-winning documentary ‘Goonga Pehelwan.’ He also runs a production house called ‘Videowala Productions’
A National Award winning Director, Writer and Producer of the Gujarati Film ‘Hellaro’. He won the ‘Special Mention’ in the category of Best Debut Director at 50th International Film Festival of India and Best Debut at the ‘Mahatma Gandhi Afro Asian Film Award’.
Producer, Executive & Creative Producer of ‘Hellaro’ - that won the National Award for Best Feature Film in 2019. He also won the National Award for Best Debut Non-Feature film in 2015 for his documentary ‘Goonga Pehelwan’ that he Directed.
Producer, Editor and Writer of ‘Hellaro’ - that won the National Award for Best Feature Film in 2019. He also won the National Award for Best Debut Non-Feature film in 2015 for his documentary ‘Goonga Pehelwan’ that he Directed and Edited.
Ashish Patel | Nirav Patel | Aayush Patel
| Abhishek Shah | Mit Jani |
Hellaro (transl. The outburst) is a 2019 Indian Gujarati
period drama film co-written and
directed by Abhishek Shah and produced by Ashish Patel,
Nirav Patel, Aayush Patel, Prateek
Gupta, Mit Jani and Abhishek Shah under the banner of
Saarthi Productions and Harfanmaula
films. The film having ensemble cast of Jayesh More,
Shraddha Dangar, Brinda Trivedi Nayak,
Shachi Joshi, Niilam Paanchal, Tejal Panchasara and
Kausambi Bhatt, marks the directorial
debut of Abhishek Shah.
The film revolves around a group of women living in
Kutch in 1970s.
Hellaro won the National Film Award for Best Feature
Film at the 66th National Film Awards.
It was officially selected as the opening film at Indian
Panorama, at 50th International
Film Festival of India (IFFI). It was also nominated for
the best debut feature film of a
director at the film festival. The film was released in
theatres in India on 8 November 2019
to positive reviews.
The 15 Bhunga (Traditional houses), a temple
and a town square was created in
the Kuran village in the Rann of Kutch . The
houses known as Bhunga are the
origins of the Kutch construction which add
authenticity to the movie. If you
happen to visit Rann Utsav of Kutch 2020, do
not miss to explore these
beautifully made huts.