Rashtrapati Bhavan made a film on Kovind’s life journey, Alok Srivastava showed skill in writing

Rashtrapati Bhavan has made a film on the 14th President of the country, Ram Nath Kovind. Whose title is ‘From the Path of Paraunkh to Rashtrapati Bhavan: Ram Nath Kovind Ek Yatra’. This film of more than half an hour has been posted by Rashtrapati Bhavan on its YouTube channel.

Ram Nath Kovind’s term ended on July 24. His successor Draupadi Murmu also took the oath of office on Monday i.e. today. Rashtrapati Bhavan has given a unique gift to former President Ram Nath Kovind by making a film on the journey of his life so far. Its title is ‘From the Path of Paraunkh to Rashtrapati Bhavan: Ram Nath Kovind Ek Yatra’. The film is about 45 minutes long on the life journey of Ramnath Kovind, written and produced by noted journalist and lyricist Alok Srivastava. The voice of the film is of Arshad Iqbal. Rashtrapati Bhavan has also posted this film on its YouTube channel. Alok Srivastava has also given this information by tweeting.

Journalist and lyricist Alok has also expressed his gratitude for being selected by Rashtrapati Bhavan to write and produce a film on the life of the country’s 14th President.

What’s in the movie?
The life philosophy of the country’s 14th President Ram Nath Kovind has been shown in the film ‘Paraukh Ki Pathdandi to Rashtrapati Bhavan: Ram Nath Kovind Ek Yatra’. The 43-minute and 44-second film shows how Ram Nath Kovind traveled from the small village of Paraunkh to Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Know who is Alok Srivastava
Lyricist Alok Srivastava is world-renowned for expressing straight-cut and serious expressions on relationships. Born in Shajapur, Madhya Pradesh, Alok Srivastava spent his childhood in Vidisha and studied there till post-graduation in Hindi. Amen poetry collection and Afreen story collection are two of his famous works. The ghazals and shers of Alok, who are cheerful, serious and give honey sweetness to relationships, have been given their voices by the big personalities of the country. Jagjit Singh left this world but he has also sung Alok Srivastava’s ghazals with his melodious voice. Amitabh Bachchan, Pankaj Udhas, Talat Aziz and Shubha Mudgal have also lent voices to his poetry. Alok ji’s poem on Amma and Babuji is his most popular work. Alok ji’s poems are also being translated into other languages ​​of the country.

Alok Srivastava has also expressed his gratitude by tweeting for Rashtrapati Bhavan posting the film on his official YouTube channel.

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