Entertainment Gallery An Insignificant Man: Five reasons to watch the Arvind Kejriwal documentary An Insignificant Man is a documentary on the formation of Aam Aadmi Party and the rise to power of its leader Arvind Kejriwal. Here are five reasons to watch this political thriller. While Bollywood has seen a number of fictionalised political thrillers, this weekend has something special for movie-goers. Director Vinay and Khusboo bring An Insignificant Man, a documentary on the formation of Aam Aadmi Party and the rise to power of its leader Arvind Kejriwal. Here are five reasons to watch this political thriller: Appreciated at film festivals Having screened at around fifty international film festivals around the world including TIFF 2016, IDFA 2016 and BFI London Film Festival 2016 among others, An Insignificant Man already has high expectations around it. It won Best Documentary prize at Warsaw Film Festival 2016, NYIFF 2017 and Brooklyn Film Festival 2017. Political thriller Apart from a few rare films like Sarkaar, Rajneeti and Gulaal, Indian political scenario still remains a relatively unexplored field for Bollywood. Seen in this regard, An Insignificant Man becomes a very important contemporary watch for cinema-goers. Non-fiction documentary What is even more unique about Khusboo and Vinay's An Insignificant Man is that it is a non-fictionalised version of the 2013 politics. As is seen from the videos revealed to us till now, footage from inside of the party could make headlines.. Aam Aadmi Party and Arvind Kejriwal In 2013, the phenomenal formation and rise of Aam Aadmi Party was an idea that the entire nation stood divided upon. Watching a documentary on how the events unfolded during one of the most important events in the political history of recent times is sure going to be interesting. No hero worship Unlike other documentaries in Hindi cinema like Sachin: A Million Dreams, An Insignificant Man does not present a solitary point of view, nor does it try to hero worship the persona of Arvind Kejriwal. As told by the directors in their interview, the film is more inclined towards presenting the events as it happened without any voice-overs or interviews.