An Insignificant Man documentary is based Aam Aadmi Party. It impeccably shows the rise of political party and rise of the corruption across the country. It throws light on the difficulties and various moves that have taken by the leader Arvind Kejriwal to develop Aam Aadmi party in Delhi. It outstandingly portrays the journey of common man to Chief Minister of the National capital city Delhi. This long-term project is directed by Vinay Shukla, Khushboo Ranka and edited by Abhinav Tyagi and Manan Bhatt who ploughed through 450 hours footage. Lately to cut down it into 96-minute of the documentary.
It revolves around the ups and downs faced during the formation of Aam Aadmi Party. This documentary shows how common man stand to face stiff opposition from the incumbent government and public slams to form own party to fight against corruption. It is beautifully edited from the real footage which portrays the step by step building of Aam Aadmi Party. Also, throws lights on the disagreements between the top leaders like Arvind Kejriwal and Yogendra Yadav.
It is the extraordinary story of an unlikely election which takes audiences to the inside politics like never before. The documentary starts with anti-corruption movement and the introduction of Jan Lokpal. An Insignificant Man documentary depicts bold challenges of a common man to fight politically against corruption. This modest documentary boost audience interest with core politics scenes and real shots which keep engaged everyone throughout the end.