Cinema has always been the best medium that not only showcased the reality of our society but also became a mediator to provide the best way to tackle the situations. Time and again, many films have been made on realistic topics. The next film that has entered into this list is ‘Mitti Da Bawa’.
From the first look of the film ‘Mitti Da Bawa’, it seems like it will portray a story which will have a lot of Punjabi flavors and will take you to a rollercoaster ride of emotions. The film has an ensemble star cast of Tarsem Paul, Teji Sandhu, Nachhatar Gill, Raza Murad, Shivendra Mahal, BN Sharma, Jarnail Singh, Teji Sandhu, Shivendra Mahal, Harjeet Walia, Amritpal Singh Billa, Liliput, Birbal, Anu Priya and Lakhmi Kaloch to name a few.
K.S. Malhotra has helmed this film who has also backed this with Holy Basil Films and Dreamz Music. Hari Arjun and Gurmeet Singh are the music directors. Hardev Singh and Sardeep Singh has written the lyrics of the songs of the film. Mitti Da Bawa is Prashant Malikk’s presentation. Raju Gakhad is co-producer of the film. The worldwide distribution of the film is done by Munish Sahni’s Omjee Group.
Recently, the makers of the film along with the Star Cast launched the First Look, Trailer and Music at Chandigarh. Apart from them, many famous dignitaries of society attended the event.
At the launch, the captain of the Ship, K.S. Malhotra said, “This film will not be a preaching film but will show the mirror of the society. The basic story of the film is inspired by the real-life events. I always wanted to make something with which everybody will connect to and we are dedicating this film on the holy occasion of the Gurupurab of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.”
Singer Nachhatar Gill shared his views on this, “This film is not something you never heard of, however, the way it is showcased is definitely something which will attract the audiences. I feel so blessed that I got a chance to be a part of such a wonderful concept. The whole team did their best and I know people will definitely love this project.”
The film will hit the theatres on 18th October 2019.