Mumbai, July 25 (IANS) After “Bangistan”, director I.A. Siddique has also postponed the release date of his film “I Am Mr. Mother” in view of “Baahubali” and “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” monopolising the viewers’ attention.
Though Siddique is confident about the prospects of “I Am Mr Mother”, he too feels that every film deserves a fair chance.
“Currently, there is intense competition between these two big-budget films at the box-office. And ‘I Am Mr Mother’ is an extremely sensitive and a complete emotional drama. Due to the current mood of the audiences, it is quite possible that our film, made with so much heart and love could be overshadowed by these big films,” Siddique told IANS.
“I won’t deny that my film is extremely bold and daring. No one has ever been so daring and no one will ever dare to attempt such a subject,” he added.
The concept of a pregnant man, played by Gabriel Vats will be seen in a serious light for the very first time while love, friendship, sacrifice, anguish and dejection form integral themes.
Along with Vats, the film also stars Munmum Guha and Nishi Singh. It is produced by Raju K. Sontakke under the banner Shri Raja Productions in association with Picturetube Motion Pictures.
The emotional drama had received thumbs-up from legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan recently, and his praise has certainly heightened the expectations and excitement among its makers and actors.