May 16, 2020, 05:00 AM IST
Mumbai. Kovid-19K Kahar has shaken the entire world. While the whole world is fighting the corona virus on one hand, on the other hand this epidemic has destroyed the world economy. In such a situation, Prime Minister Modi has given a mantra to deal with these unprecedented situation and appealed to the country to become self-sufficient and buy indigenous goods. In such a situation, Ashok Chaudhary is also bringing a film based on this subject.
The film 'Wah Zindagi' produced by Ashok Chaudhary also advocates the adoption of Swadeshi and 'Make in India'. This film also says exactly what Prime Minister Modi has appealed to. The film is based on a man who is disturbed by his past and sets out on his own quest. During this time he goes on a new journey of manufacturing things in his homeland, but he has to face rivalry with Chinese goods in this unique path.
Wah Zindagi was directed by FTII student Dinesh S. Yadav has done In this film, Sanjay Mishra, Vijay Raj, Naveen Kasturia, Plabita Borthakar will be seen in important roles. Even before 'Wah Zindagi', producer Ashok Chaudhary and director Dinesh S. Yadav has worked together in the film 'Turtle'. This film on water crisis in Rajasthan was also awarded the National Award.
Ashok Chaudhary described this film as a highly relevant film in today's era. He said, “Through this film, we have tried to tell a very meaningful story in an entertaining way. A story which reflects the importance of Swadeshi in today's era.
Ashok Chaudhary says, “We are proud that people are now realizing that Swadeshi is not just a matter of mainstream, but a lifeline. I hope that after this speech of the Prime Minister, people He will take his words in his life and not take it only as a temporary arrangement. Our film is also an effective attempt to convey this message to the people. “
The film can be released in OTT
Let us know that the producers want to release this film in theaters, but keeping in mind the current times, they have also kept the option of releasing this film directly on the OTT platform.