Rohandeep Singh feels “LaVaste” will strike viewers deeply
The film exposes the inhumanity and sorrow that exist in our society and seeks to bring people together for the sake of these lost individuals.
New Delhi: Rohandeep Singh, founder of Jumping Tomato Studios and a well-known film producer and distributor, has revealed his involvement in the highly awaited film LaVaste. Singh, the film’s co-producer and distributor, hopes to reach an international audience with the film’s strong and thought-provoking subject.
In “Lavaste,” we follow Satyansh, a B.Tech. graduate tasked with the unpleasant responsibility of caring for unidentified corpses. While the film begins with Satyansh’s story, it quickly expands to include the tragic backstories of others who died without heirs. The film exposes the inhumanity and sorrow that exist in our society and seeks to bring people together for the sake of these lost individuals.
Rohandeep Singh’s knowledge is invaluable to the project because of his more than ten years in the cinema exhibition and distribution industry. Singh, a dedicated activist, thinks that “LaVaste” may have a significant influence on its viewers. His distribution efforts are directed on reaching a large audience in the hopes of stimulating meaningful debate and drawing attention to the issue of unidentified remains.
According to Rohandeep Singh, “I am honoured to be a part of ‘LaVaste,’ and to contribute to the distribution of such a significant film.” This film brings attention to a problem that is too frequently ignored in our culture, and I think it has the potential to motivate people to take action and make good changes. I will stop at nothing to spread this moving tale to the widest potential audience.
Singh’s collaboration with “LaVaste” showcases his dedication to supporting impactful storytelling that addresses social issues. As an experienced marketing expert, he recognizes the importance of reaching audiences far and wide to foster conversations that can lead to a more compassionate society.