From a quiet small region in the state of Bihar to a superstar in Republic of Costa Rica, Prabhakar Sharan’s has attained huge success and come a long way.
Hindi film industry is a changeable entity, one that notices hoards of young males and females with ability and optimism try their fortune, only to spit them out for an artist with renowned parents. Prabhakar Sharan’s tale is related, however it has a much more contented ending.
Prabhakar had dreams of making it in Hindi film industry, however they never quite figured out.
Belonging to Motihari in the state of Bihar, Prabhakar first reached Mumbai with big dreams in his eyes to make entry in the Hindi film industry. As with so many others however, things didn’t quite work out. He then went to Costa Rica, where he fell in love and got married.
Personally and competently, his life shortly began splitting up.
As life goes though, things commenced to resort to shit shortly. By the year 2010, he’d failed in all his biz undertakings and his companion had left him and acquired guardianship of their kid. Dejected, he came back to India.
Always strong-minded however, he never dropped out his big dreams.
4 years afterward though, with a new-found determination, he came back to Costa Rica to make a movie, which united constituents of Bollywood with Costa Rican films. He was assisted along the way by Teresa Rodriguez Cerdas, a university possessor, educationalist and philanthropist.
“She took my dream as her own and helped me generate a sum of USD 1.5 million for the movie,” he told media.
After all the positive and negative events, moods or interactions, trials and sufferings, things lastly started to pay a call on.
All of this resulted in the release of the film Enredados: La Confusion (Entangled: The Confusion). Sharan’s first Spanish project, which also has Nancy Dobles and Scott Steiner, turned one of the major and biggest flicks of the year in Costa Rica.
He currently proposes to release the movie in English, Hindi and Bhojpuri as Ek Chor, Do Mastikhor during March-April.
“It is a film that bonds the two communities (Indian and Latins) together. This movie is not just a movie for theatres, it has also become a milestone for the Latin movie industry,” he added.