As the tail of the year approaches New Year Party In the world plans to welcome 2019 with a great bash. New Year's Eve can make you nostalgic of the 12 months that sped by but don’t you worry, make up for all the nights you missed by catching-up for this 31st night. Party with family, friends, party outdoors and in resorts to have the best New Year. Apart from the party and enjoyment you should take care of your safety while driving and you can help the others during the road accident. 1,37,000 people died on India’s roads last year. Our roads are the most dangerous in the world and so Producer Chanda Patel made a short film “Two Fold Twist” staring Suraj Kumar and Raveena Tilwat to spread the message of Road Safety and helping others while road accident. This short film is made to spread awareness among people to drive safely, as their life matters to someone. Many die as a consequence of inexperience, speeding, intoxication or just plain recklessness. The focus of this short film is to deliver a message to the masses and youngsters about the helping others during road accident.
While talking to the media Chanda Patel Said, “ When a road accident occurs, bystanders will usually try to help the injured, or at least call for help. In India it's different. In a country with some of the world's most dangerous roads, victims are all too often left to fend for themselves. Film is a strong medium which has maximum impact on people as they remember scenes and dialogues for long time. Through this film, we want to give message that people can atleast inform the police by dialling 100 or call in ambulance by dialling 108 from their phones. This will help in saving precious lives”.
Stating that road accidents are the biggest cause of death in the city, The aim of the film is to raise awareness of road safety and help to save lives. Director Riyan Koul said, “most of the accidents are due to the negligence. Many people have lost lives because traffic rules were not followed. It is very important to be responsible while driving. Road safety should also be taught to children from a young age”.