‘Ab Hoga Dharna Unlimited’ Themed on Anna Hazare's Dharna to Release on Apr 13

Daijiworld Media Network - Entertainment

Mumbai, Apr 10: Deepak Tanvar who is producer and director of the film 'Ab Hoga Dharna Unlimited' told that the movie is about the most hot topic of our country which are dharnas, spreading very fastly in the capital of India. Deepak Tanwar added that India is the country of dharnas where from the time of Gandhiji to Anna Hazare people raise their voice through hunger strike. 

Associate Director Sunil Parashar, writer and creative director said that the movie is a spoof on 'dharnas'. The movie is set to release on April 13. It will be released by Dilsa distibuter’s Dilip Kumar Dhanwani in Mumbai Circuit.

Dharna is not a new trend in India but this time around 'dharna' is widely used for publicity gimmick rather than for a social cause. In recent times, the frequency of 'dharnas' as well as their truth was highlighted when leaders like Yoga guru Baba Ramdev and social activist Anna Hazare’s 'dharna’s' failed to attract the required public support. This fact is highlighted in the upcoming film ‘Ab Hoga Dharna Unlimited’.

The producer and director Deepak Tanwar says "I’m well aware of the fact that this film can disturb many top level politicians and leaders but I want to show the real scenario of such dramas and I won’t shy away from the reality because certain people with power can object to it.”

Starring in the film are Omkar Das Manikpuri (Natha of Peepli Live), Milind Gunaji, Mushtaq Khan, Sunil Pal, Ehsaan Qureshi and Chandra Bhusan Singh,Rekha Rana, Shaurabh Malik,Deepak Tanwar, Sunil Parashar etc.

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