An Insignificant Man An Insignificant Man

1 hrs 36 mins


86% with 3,449 votes

Drama, Thriller, Documentary,

Arvind Kejriwal Yogendra Yadav Manish Sisodia Santosh Koli

Vinay Shukla, Anand Gandhi, Khushboo Ranka, Ola Fløttum, Ola Flttum,

Total Rating 4.3

Funded by Indias biggest crowdfunding campaign and Sundance, An Insignificant Man is a non-fiction political thriller following Arvind Kejriwal & the Aam Aadmi Party, during the 2013 Delhi election campaign. The film goes behind closed doors of the new party, as it tries to shake up Indian politics, while struggling to keep its own idealism alive.


More of a documentary film rather than commercial... But felt certain things were still missing... Like works of core committee ppl in forming de party and their second coming after a dramatic resignation...


Simply loved it. It was almost a walk through time. Honestly speaking a party like this should raise everywhere. Movie is completely unbiased. does not personefy anyone nor tarnish someone's image.


I am not a rabid supporter of any political party, group or personality. Neither am i a fan or big supporter of Arvind Kejriwal. But the thing i admire about him is his guts, his courage, his vision. His grit to fight for that vision. I have met thousands of people of every age and background in India and a few foreigners in India and abroad - EVERYONE distrusts politics and politicians, every one has given up on 'the system' and on it ever changing and working for them, and every one is cynical. But Arvind Kejriwal dared to take on the fight. And he fought it till the finish line. Its is an incredible example of the power of self-conviction, grit and determination. nnArvind Kejriwal is a simple, ordinary guy, and there is no cult of personality enshrouding him. Like most of us. Bachpan se India mein sirf filmon aur cricket ka junoon hi dekha hai. Pehli baar jan-satta aur jan-tantra ka junoon dekhne ko mila. nnThis documentary is essential-viewing for every Indian, if only to understand, that cynicism will NOT solve our problems. From infrastructure, labor laws, law and order, freedom of press to taxation, cost of private healthcare and education, quality of public healthcare and education, women's safety, the extreme rich-poor divide - only getting involved in politics will solve our problems, and that too it might be a long haul. nnMost politicians take advantage of the fact that we are not interested, choose to stay ignorant, stay away from politics, discourage anyone and everyone who wants to enter politics and don't even bother to vote. But change needs WORK. A LOT of work, a lot of sacrifice and a lot of GRIT. That, for me, is the moral of this story.


Eye opener for everyone irrespective of political inclination... Real picture of the concerned events, nothing exaggerated, but events related to second elections were not shown.. wonderful work..


loved it..these type of documentory/movie should be done on other revolutionaries as Yogendra Yadav, Manish Sisodia and other grt nationalists