This is a film that deals with a form of art that may be extinct after a few decades or dwindle to almost extinction. The present generation, it is believed, hardly wants to take this form of art as their profession. The existing artistes want an alternative source of living though, if properly dealt with, this form of art can easily be developed into an industry. Idol worshippers are hardly aware of the art of idol-making, the industry that exists around it and employment that it generates. Profession of an idol-maker is not recognized in Indian Society, though a talented idol-maker can make divinity flow into his creation.
Idol-making is not recognized as important profession in our society, though talented idol makers can work wonders. Art and industry co-exists around every talented idol-maker providing employment to many artists and artisans. Sanatan Rudra Pal, a famous idol-maker and entrepreneur in Kolkata (INDIA), provides employment to many artisans. He should inspire aspiring clay modelers afraid of this profession’s insecurity. Sanatan Rudra Pal is an idol-maker par excellence. Beyond being just an artiste he is an entrepreneur and a dreamer who employs more than a 100 people every year to make idols.