Sunday Review, Times of India
A significant film towards creating awareness about this tragic illness is A COMPREHENSIVE FILM.
ADORING CAMERA … SUPERB EDITING …the finished product, like its subject, is perfect.
The way your film has analysed and captured the music process of the genius Panchamda will be A GUIDEBOOK FOR FUTURE COMPOSERS … thank you from the bottom of my heart for having made this film …
POETIC JUSTICE TO PANCHAM DA … 16 years after his death …
Brahmanand S Siingh’s film on the maverick composer RD Burman, EXPLORES THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF THE GENIUS AND TRACES HIM IN HIS UPS AND DOWNS. The film traces the journey of this restless composer in a very intimate way.
Jhalki is absolutely brilliant. I wish it could be shown to many more children perhaps to every school and make it compulsory for every school kid to see it. IT TOUCHES EVERY HEART and the ocean is there for everybody to dip into.”
Meticulously researched, superbly edited labour of love …IT IS A FILM THAT WE WISH NEVER ENDS, such is the wealth of detail and insight that Singh brings to the evocatively titled Kaagaz Ki Kashti.
Shivani Wazir Pasrich
What this film will do very strongly, is it to encourage people and LET THEM RECOGNIZE THE FEARLESSNESS IN THEM.
Jhalki keeps SPECTATORS SPELLBOUND LIKE IN A BEDTIME FOLK STORY and towards the end of the story fully revolutionizes them to participate in the movement. Siingh’s insightful, exploring and reflective dimensions, delivers its core essence in a captivating manner.
Brahmanand isA SAVANT BEHIND THE LENSand literally brings the legend back to life.
Brahmanand Singh’s Jagjit documentary, Kaagaz Ki Kashti is AN ASTOUNDINGLY SKILLED WORK AT BIOGRAPHICAL STORY-TELLING.
Brahmanand, like A MASTER CRAFTSMAN, weaves his tale without any sing or fingerprint of the master on his work…
When I saw Pancham Unmixed, I just couldn’t believe at first! My first reaction was that here is a music director who I know only because of his music. I am now getting an insight to the man by so many people who have worked with him. I thought the film had a hold on my heart and on my mind as I watched it. And for generations this film will always be a reference point because every generation that is coming in, which is blossoming and mushrooming, they’re all becoming fans of RD Burman. So this film will kind of bridge the gap for that.
There is something about writer/ director Brahmanand S Siingh. His films and characters consume us to an extent that WE ARE NOT ABLE TO DISCONNECT WITH THE SUBJECT.
It felt like we were sitting in his concert and he was singing live in front of us, talking to us and talking about himself. This whole 2 hours of Kaagaz Ki Kashti that Brahmanand ji has made is like a conversation with Mr Jagjit Singh and spending time with him.
Jhalki is a journey of HOPE, OPTIMISM, COURAGE & SELF-BELIEF … The film is all about finding the solutions
This film conveys a huge message of compassion and of courage!