One of the most talented young names from the world of Indian Film Industry Kaashvi Nair, known for revered projects such as POW Bandi Buddh Ke, Shaadi Vaadi and all that is soon to come out with her maiden directorial debut. It is titled Sardar Ka Grandson, and seems to be an engaging comedy drama. With a cast as versatile and promising as Neena Gupta, Soni Razdan, Arjun Kapoor, and Kawaljeet, one can expect box office fireworks.
But then as it’s often said, big movie stars are only about the hype and drama. Their money, their salubrious lifestyles and the swag with which they operate! It’s all insular. Right? Well, certainly not. At least, not with the cast and crew of the upcoming Sardar Ka Grandson.
For this film crew engaged itself in the greater good of mankind, or should one say- ecology! In participating in a truly beautiful gesture, the actors of Sardar Ka Grandson planted as many as 557 trees in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, as news reports confirmed. In so doing, they presented themselves as true-blue nature warriors.
The film, it is told, is an excellent melange of comedy and emotions. It journeys between Lahore and Amritsar, and more than being a movie set about a house, which is the central plot, it is about the changing vagaries of human emotions and the bond that makes us one!
Here’s what a report on the film Sardar Ka Grandson had to say, as published on Bollywood Hungama:
The entire cast and crew of coming of age, family comedy-drama, Sardar Ka Grandsonwas seen making joint efforts to save the environment. Veteran actress Neena Gupta who is an active supporter of the same shared her experience. Talking about the wonderfully executed campaign on sets she said, “I am truly overwhelmed by the commendable effort made by the cast and crew in support of something which is the need of the hour. 557 trees have been planted for Sun Bears in West Siang, Arunachal Pradesh, one in the name of each member of the cast and crew. I am proud to be part of such a good cause and hope that everyone continues to do their bit in saving the environment.“
Moving on, at the heart of the film is a Punjabi family and it is said that the upcoming flick won’t be released in theatres (going with the COVID 19 times) and will straight away hit Netflix. As a matter of fact, the film also features a strong ensemble of powerful actors such as John Abraham, Kumur Mishra as well as Aditi Rao Hydari.