‘Krupasindhu’ a socio-religious family drama: Yatin Nandwani

Mumbai,  (IANS) After producing Hindi films like “Dehradun Diary” and “Trip To Bhangarh”, Anita Nandwani and Yatin Nandwani have now entered into regional cinema with Marathi film “Krupasindhu” which is a “socio-religious family drama”.

“After producing two Hindi films, we were eager to make a film on Swami Samarth… we chose the script and then approached Lekha Trailokya for directing the film. Our film is a family drama with social and religious issues forming its storyline,” Yatin Nandwani told IANS.

Trailokya, who has earlier made many documentaries and directed many TV shows, feels that that god is everywhere but people are unable to see him and this is the message she wants to highlight through the film.

“The film is a combination of social, emotional, religious and family values. Every aspect of human concern is present in this film. I feel film-making is a team effort and the team has ensured that this film is made beautiful,” Trailokya told IANS.

The crucial character of Swamiji in the film is being essayed by renowned actor Praful Samant, while Milind Gawli and Sheetal Pathak play the husband and wife and Mahek their daughter.

The film is tentatively releasing around November this year. It is releasing under the banner of Swami Samartha Creations in association with Ashwagandha Pvt Ltd.

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