Director Anubhav Sinha showers praise on team Srikanth

Anubhav Sinha

Mumbai: Last week, the Rajkummar Rao starrer Srikanth hit theaters, earning accolades from audiences and critics alike. Alongside Rao, the film features Alaya F, Jyothika, and Sharad Kelkar in pivotal roles. Recently, Suriya and Jyothika’s father-in-law joined the chorus of praise, commending producers Bhushan Kumar and Nidhi Parmar Hiranandani as well as actors and director Tushar Hiranandani, Anubhav Sinha also joined the chorus.

Now, Anubhav Sinha took to social media to laud the film’s excellence. Anubhav Sinha wrote, “Saw it in a theater yesterday. Such an inspiring film and so well done in the patent Tushar Hiranandani sauce which makes real stories so much fun. What performances even in the smallest parts. And Jyothika is so wonderful. What do I say about Raj? I remember, when I got to hear he was playing this part, I told him this was such a challenge after what Naseer Bhai and Om Bhai did in SPARSH. Raj, once again, proves he can do almost anything. Go catch it in a theater. Thankfully it’s doing so well.”

The film is winning the hearts of critics and audiences alike! Gulshan Kumar and T-Series Presents a T-Series Films & Chalk N Cheese Films Production LLP, Srikanth – Aa Raha Hai Sabki Aankhein Kholne is directed by Tushar Hiranandani, is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar & Nidhi Parmar Hiranandani. Srikanth premiered nationwide on May 10, 2024, coinciding with Akshaya Tritiya.

The Hindi language biopic tells the story of Srikanth Bolla, an Indian entrepreneur, who gained prominence as the founder of Bollant Industries. The company created in 2012 is a groundbreaking enterprise that provides employment opportunities for unskilled and differently-abled individuals to create eco-friendly products. The film chronicles the struggles of Srikanth, who was born visually impaired in 1992 in Seetharamapuram village in Machilipatnam, in then undivided Andhra Pradesh, India. The film shows his struggles from childhood, there is a line ‘mai bhaag nahi sakta, sirf lad sakta hun’ meaning (‘I can’t run away, I can only fight’). The film exemplifies an extraordinary narrative of perseverance and achievement by Srikanth, including filing a court case to study science as a subject, despite scoring 98%; to getting selected as the first international visually impaired student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology after being denied entry into Indian Institute of Technology.


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