The capturing of a film based mostly on the life and imaginative and prescient of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that includes Gajendra Chauhan of Mahabharata fame in the lead position will start quickly.
Its director Milan Bhowmik advised PTI on Thursday that Ek Aur Naren can have two strands in its story – one coping with the life and work of Swami Vivekanada who was born Narendranath Dutta and the opposite projecting the imaginative and prescient of Narendra Modi.
The film director stated the film encapsulates the lives of two personalities – Vivekananda who spent his life to unfold the message of common brotherhood and the way the Indian tradition espoused inclusiveness.
The different character – Modi who, he stated, has taken India to a new top and is likely one of the hottest icons in the sector of politics.
“Both personalities have elevated Bharat to another height globally with their ideologies and service to the people,” he stated.
The capturing of the film will start on March 12 which will probably be held in Kolkata and Gujarat. It will finish in April and the film will probably be launched on Modi’s birthday on September 17, Bhowmik stated.
Chauhan had advised reporters not too long ago that there had been discussions concerning the film for a very long time with the director.
It was a coincidence that the film was introduced after the notification for election to a variety of state assemblies, together with West Bengal, was introduced, he stated.
The actor stated that he knew Modi personally for 20 years. “I will seek to explore the towering personality of Narendra Modi, his way of thinking, his way of interaction with masses, his connect with the people, his beliefs.”
As an artiste it’s a nice alternative for him to painting such a character, he stated. Chauhan shared a image of the occasion, the place he had dressed up as Modi, on Twitter. He tweeted It is a matter of nice honour that I will probably be taking part in the position of our honble prime minister in a Hindi film Ek Aur Naren.”
The narration for the film in Hindi is by Sanjib Tewary. It is produced by a manufacturing home of Kolkata.
Bhowmik had earlier made movies on the brutal Nirbhaya rape and demise and on the Great Calcutta Killings of 1946 in which he focussed on Jan Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mukherjee.