Sanjay Dutt in a mega budget film of Rs 400 crore, ‘The Good Maharaja’ being made on the second world

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An amazing historical moment for India and Poland took place when the Maharaja of Jamnagar, Digvijaysinhji Ranjitsinhji Jadeja (also known as Jam Saheb) helped 1000 Polish children rescued from then Soviet Russia during World War II in Balachadi, Gujarat. was given asylum. Those children also affectionately called Maharaja Sahib as ‘Bapu’. These were lovingly spoken words whose echoes crossed the gap of time and brought the two countries closer at a time when even the strongest alliances of many countries were completely broken. Bollywood filmmaker Vikash Verma, who is making headlines for his mega-budget Indo-Polish film ‘No Means No’, based the heartwarming true story of the battle fought by Maharaja Digvijayasinhji Ranjitsinhji Jadeja to save 1000 Polish children. He has started preparing for his next project ‘The Good Maharaja’. The film is reminiscent of Raj Kapoor whose 1970 film ‘Mera Naam Joker’ rekindled the ties between India and Soviet Russia. We, the daughter of Maharaja Digvijaysinhji Ranjitsinhji Jadeja, Harshad Kumari passed away on February 2, 2022. She was one of the few who witnessed the heart-touching efforts of the Maharaja Saheb. In the film ‘The Good Maharaja’, Sanjay Dutt is in the title role of Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawannagar (now Jamnagar, Gujarat India) as well as Dhruv Varma in the lead role of a Russian sniper, but he is playing the role of a hero in the film. Or the villain, it is not known. He is accompanied by veteran actors from India like Gulshan Grover, Deepraj Rana, Sharad Kapoor and Nazia Hussain, while also talented actors from Poland like Anna Ador, Kat Christian, Anna Guzik, Natalia Bach, Pavel Chek, Sylvia Chek, Jerzy Handzlik and Jacek Binda. . It is being told that the film is being prepared in a mega budget of Rs 400 crore and is expected to be a great film. When asked about the preparation of the film, producer Vikash said, “With a masterpiece story like this that is set on a special occasion in the history of the world, research becomes most important for each and every aspect of the film. Be it scripting, dialogues, action, costumes etc., every department of the film is engaged in in-depth research to bring out the most authentic cinema experience for the audience. Speaking about the film, Ajay Bisaria, former Ambassador of India to Poland (now High Commissioner to Canada), said, “The film highlights the cultural ties and friendship between the two countries.” We are sure that the audience is not only eagerly waiting for the film ‘No Means No’, but what started with a slew of tidbits about ‘The Good Maharaja’ is now surely ready on a grand scale. is happening.

[Attribution to NBT]

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