Arvind Swamy who made his Hindi film debut with Mani Ratnam’s “Roja” is good to go to come back to Bollywood with debutant executive Tanuj Bhramar’s film ‘Dear Father’. The performing artist came back with this film since he found the subject captivating.
‘Dear Father’ is a mixed story about growing up; including a father-child team – 14 year old Shivam, and his 45 year old Dad Nitin Swaminathan. The father-child couple set out on an off the cuff street trip from their home, in Delhi, to Mussorie (Uttarakhand), where Shivam goes to live-in school.
Surprising admissions, irregular outsiders, coincidental gatherings, a smashed adventure and singing in the downpour – all these mean a confounded and sweet story.
Arvind, who is additionally a businessperson, expresses that movies like these don’t get made all the time and such stories should be told. The on-screen character was found in numerous hit movies, for example, ‘Minsara Kanavu’, ‘Marupadiyum’, ‘Raja Ko Rani Se Pyar Ho Gaya’ and some more.
The publication will be out on first April 2016 and the teaser is required to be out in the principal week of April.
Yeh Haseen Vadiyaan tune from “Roja” is a standout amongst the most surely understood melodies.