Mitticool name in Latest Akshay Kumar’s bollywood movie PADMAN. Mitticool got best national innovation development award at IIT Delhi. In Padman movie when Laxmi (Akshay Kumar) goes to IIT Delhi for his innovation and participate in national innovation development award and in this competition winner is announced is Mitticool (Mitti se bana Fridge Mitticool By Mansukh bhai Prajapati).
In the one Scene, You can also see mitticool products was presented by Mansukh bhai Prajapati in IIT delhi competition.
When Mansukh bhai suffered a severe loss in the Gujarat earthquake, he got an idea to make a fridge out of clay. He invented “Mitticool” which runs without electricity and also preserves the original taste of the food items. Apart from a fridge, he has invented non-stick earthen tavas, earthen thermos flasks, etc. Know all about the man who is helping millions with his amazing environment-friendly and pocket-friendly innovations.
PadMan is based on a short story in Twinkle Khanna’s book The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad and is inspired by the life of Arunachalam Muruganantham, a social activist from Tamil Nadu, who invented a low-cost sanitary pad the manufacturing machine to bring a menstrual hygiene revolution for women.
Padman starring Akshay Kumar is directed by R Balki. The film also stars Parched star Radhika Apte and National Award-winner Sonam Kapoor. This film has made a lot of buzz for various reasons.
The film revolves around Lakshmikant Chauhan, who is concerned about his wife Gayatri’s menstrual hygiene and urges her to ditch the cloth and opt for sanitary napkins. Gayatri is reluctant to go for disposable pads as they are expensive. Lakshmi’s obsession over a ‘ladies problem’ makes her cringe but he insists on bringing upon a change by addressing the taboo topic. Subjected to hostility for ruffling the religious and age-old beliefs of people around, the man tries to brave the resistance and get his point across to the others.
Mansukhbhai Prajapati, a traditional clay craftsman, has developed an entire range of earthen products for daily use in the kitchen. These products include water filters, refrigerators, hot plates, cooker and other such items of daily use.
Whenever his in-laws stepped on to the highway, Manshuk Lal Prajapati would crouch behind his tea- stall to hide. Prajapati, 48, was a defeated man. He had failed in his tenth boards, worked as a laborer and was now trying to seek out a living as a tea vendor in Wankaner, a small dusty town in Gujarat.
But a wave of humiliation swept over him whenever his in-laws saw him peddling tea on the roadside. “My in-laws were much better off. They were in the toy making business and here I was selling tea. I felt very ashamed,” he says.
It was this feeling of shame that drove him to become an extraordinary entrepreneur he is today. Prajapati is an innovator who is in the business of making everyday household appliances, including refrigerators, pressure cookers, non-stick pans, and water dispensers — all out of clay. These products marketed under the MittiCool banner are not only eco-friendly, sustainable and effective but also very cheap.
Films are often a reflection of our society but they also hold a mirror to us. It is no wonder then that the good ones go on to show the tragedy and triumph of the human life, thereby influencing all of us in some way.
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