“It all starts with a thought,” Bollywood Filmmaker Abhishek Sharma said on the most talked-about projects of his career.

Abhishek Sharma
Abhishek Sharma

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Very few directors create visually pleasing pieces, churn various perspectives, have a storyline that can be discussed, and reveal one of the healthiest conversations you can have. Abhishek Sharma’s films like Ram Setu, Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran, and Tere Bin Laden have ticked all these boxes, leaving audiences glued to their keyboards for hours. But how does Abhishek Sharma manage to do it?

Abhishek Sharma
Abhishek Sharma

In his words, “Every film is a blank page at the beginning, and it all begins with a thought. Storytelling that makes an impact is challenging, but it’s rewarding when your audience looks up to you. There is no comparison to the quality of the work. My next story is always a new fusion that I look forward to & consider as a viewer whether or not it excites me. The latest film Ram Setu has generated so much social media discussion.

Abhishek Sharma
Abhishek Sharma

Abhishek Sharma has always amazed his viewers with his work. It was about the VFX and the brilliant connection between Ram’s bridge during Ramayana in Ram Setu. There was a great deal of talk on social media regarding it. Parmanu brought to life an incident that most of the audience was unaware of

Viewers were stunned by the fantastic direction. As well as its out-of-the-box treatment, Tere Bin Laden satirizes Osama and the war on terror. Even today, its subversive take on world politics is relatable.

The audience awaits Sharma’s next thought-provoking direction.

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