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Ahaan Panday Reflects On Assistant Director Role In Netflix's 'The Railway Men' With Heartfelt Instagram Post!

Entertainment: Reflecting on his journey as an AD on the critically acclaimed OTT releasing Netflix series - The Railway Men, Ahaan Panday pens down a heartfelt note on Instagram. Read the long note below.

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Ahaan Panday, the talented assistant director and cousin of Bollywood sensation Ananya Panday, has taken to Instagram to share his heartfelt reflections on his experience working on the recently released Netflix series 'The Railway Men.' In a poignant Instagram post, Ahaan delved into the intricacies of his journey and the valuable lessons he learned while contributing to the production of the four-part mini-series.

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'The Railway Men,' directed by Shiv Rawail, features a stellar cast including R. Madhavan, Kay Kay Menon, Babil, and Divyenndu. The series, praised for its compelling narrative and remarkable performances, marks the inaugural collaboration between Netflix and YRF Entertainment. ALSO READ: Shah Rukh Khan: The Only Actor To Reign With 14 Wax Statues Across The Globe!

Ahaan Panday, visibly moved by his involvement in the project, shared behind-the-scenes glimpses from the shoot along with a thoughtful caption. 

The long note read:

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"I clearly remember a day in Bhopal, we were in the summer heat, running around with wet cloths over our faces to keep us from the sun - dehydrated, lightheaded & engulfed in chaos. In the midst of this, it hit me, the dichotomy of it all, of artists and of the railwaymen, of how sometimes in life, you need not only work hard, you need not only try to be the best, but all you need to do is to just submit to the greater good and let life take you where it needs to take you, I was working on a show about a group of brave souls who put their lives on the line for the greater good, they didn’t know where they were heading, they didn’t know what the future held, but they strived on regardless with an iron heart and with true intent, it made me realise that that is the only way we can treat our dreams, we don’t know where we’re heading, we don’t know what’s going to happen and the last thing we know is where it’s going to take us, but what we do know is that we can go forth with an iron heart and true intent, and in our cases with a smile on our faces, and maybe just maybe, if we’re lucky, there’ll be beauty on the other side. In the most cliched way to end this extremely unnecessary caption, I would like to say that the railwaymen & the railway men (our crew) taught me that there is beauty in the journey, and sometimes life forces you to think about where you’re going, but that’s exactly when you need to look out of that window and see the beauty in it all.”

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The Netflix series unfolds a thrilling tale of heroism, hope, and humanity, captivating audiences with its riveting narrative. Ahaan Panday's reflection sheds light on the dedication and passion that went into creating this impactful series, leaving viewers with a deeper appreciation for the art of storytelling.

 

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