Mumbai: ‘Panchkriti – Five Elements’ is a film that combines entertainment and social message. It stars veteran actor Brijendra Kala and showcases five stories set in the rural town of Chanderi in Bundelkhand. Each story has a touch of horror to keep the audience engaged. The film also highlights the issues of women empowerment, the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, and the rich culture and traditions of rural India.
Brijendra Kala delivers a brilliant performance as the narrator of the stories. He is supported by Umesh Bajpai as Maurya ji, Tanmay Chaturvedi as Mahi, Vijayashree Nagraj as Sakhi, Sagar Wahi as Sunny, and Sarika Bahroliya as Rajni. The rest of the cast also does a good job in their roles.
The film is directed by Sanjay Bhargava, who has done a great job of bringing the stories to life. The screenplay and writing of the film are also praiseworthy. The cinematography of the film captures the beauty and charm of Chanderi. However, the film could have been better if the editing had been more crisp and tight. The film succeeds in impressing us with its stories and message. Five Elements is a film that celebrates women and their struggles and achievements. It also creates awareness about some of the important initiatives of India to improve the lives of its citizens.