Ministry Of Film



ACCORDING TO OXFORD DICTIONARY: involving the use of the imagination or original ideas in order to create something.

ACCORDING TO MINISTRY OF FILM: that quality in a film, television programme or video which strikes suddenly against the viewer’s indifference and enlivens their mind to receive a message


Watching the English

A micro-budget independent romantic thriller, 'Watching the English' is set in modern day London. Asif, a Pakistani who is young, naive, middle class & on his first trip to the West, has a steamy affair with Kate, an eccentric and beautiful Englishwoman, but gets more than he bargained for, as heartache, deception and murder result.

'Hidden Colours' feature film drama

'Hidden Colours' is a searing, controversial and visually poetic drama about bi polar disorder. But is the world ready for this film? Azeem Khan and Louisa Juckes, in conjuction with Executive Producer Farrukh Dhondy, are working in tandem with Dr Liam Mason, a leading medical expert on bi polar, to realise this exciting script for the big screen. The budget is £1.5m. Funding from the Wellcome Trust will be applied for.

Mo the Grass

Azeem Khan's debut feature film, an original and timely comedy about British Muslims. Think 'Four Lions' meets 'Johnny English'. British-Asian actor Akbar Kurtha (Mars, My Son the Fanatic, Syriana) is attached for the lead role of Mo. The screenplay is complete. Mo the Grass has a budget of £1.2m. Executive Producer Farrukh Dhondy and Producer/Director Azeem Khan are in the process of raising private equity finance for the film, along with Producer Louisa Juckes. Music content for 'Mo the Grass' will be provided by Furry Records UK.