Abdul Karim Sheikh to direct big guns in his directorial debut The Android Phone
New crops of filmmakers are foraying into the world of cinema with great vigour. Abdul Karim Sheikh a.k.a Karan is a dynamic filmmaker and wishes to make parallel cinema with commended and compelling ability. He is all geared up to direct his fascinating script in his maiden independent venture “The Android Phone”, to be made under his home banner K.Q. Films.
“The Android Phone” will feature an ensemble of cast with talented actors from the Northern state. The pre-production work for the film in all departments is in progress. Ashok Anchan is designing the project as its executive producer and also as its media and marketing head.
“After months of uncertainty and in times of Covid-19 our preparations at K.Q. Films has been different and we were working hard in understanding the economics of business of cinema at the prevailing situation and at the same time hopefully trying to unlock some moral policing of our societies and driving a strong messages through our films,” informs the maker Abdul Karim Sheikh.
“The Android Phone” talks about how it has widened the gap between human emotions and their personal needs and requirements. Invasion of technology is good but it needs utmost attention of children who are deprived by friends, physical sports & games and working parents who are too busy to understand the lives of their wards.
Karim Sheikh beginning his journey by associating himself with film trade journals, and liked to pen lyrics since his earlier age. As destiny would have it, he found himself saddled as the assistant with various directors from 2007 in various television serials like “Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki”, “Balika Badhu”, “Simply Sapne”, “Ye Tera Ghar Ye Mera Ghar”, “Janani”, “Pyar Ka Bandhan” and so on. “I am lucky to have workd ed with all these veteran and talented directors,” adds Abdul Karim Sheikh.