The Nationalist filmmaker was recently in Europe to finalize the essentials for the world premiere of his ambitious film Aham Brahmasmi which is the first mainstream Sanskrit film in world history with the aim of globalizing India's eternal civilization and culture.
Aazaad recited Hanuman Chalisa at the crossroads of London, upon seeing which the British too became overwhelmed. Indians were insulted by Britishers by saying dogs and Indians are not allowed in British ruled India once but today the whole scenario has changed when the Britishers listening Hanuman Chalisa chanted by megastar Aazaad in their own land. Once Lord Hanuman himself crossed the sea to reach Lanka, but today a devotee of Lord Hanuman megastar Aazaad extended the glory and might to the English land.
Educated and trained from the military school, Aazaad toured the length and breadth of India many times and vowed to make India the Sanatan Bharat again. Aazaad, who was full of nationalist ideas, started his cinematic journey with the brilliant nationalist film Rashtraputra, which was seen and appreciated by the world community at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival in France.