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Vivek Agnihotri launches "Bharateeyans", Telugu writer Deen Raj's Hindi Debut, which gives a new identity to the word Indians

Updated on: 17 August,2022 09:27 AM IST  |  New Delhi

It's an earnest tribute to every Indian with a solid message on Patriotism and perseverance

Vivek Agnihotri launches

Vivek Agnihotri. File pic

The man who gave us the courageous film "The Kashmir Files", Vivek Agnihotri, appeared as a chief guest at the launch of the first look of this upcoming movie which ensures to celebrate Unity In Diversity, giving a new swadeshi rebranding to the word Indians, called "Bharateeyans". The film's Teaser was out on the 13th of August, 2022; the Bharateeyans is a Hindi Bollywood Debut by the well-known Telugu writer Deen Raj who has written glorious films like Eeswar- Prabhas's debut movie, Premante Idera, KaliSundam Raa starring Daggubati Venkatesh and many more.

On talking about the movie, Deen Raj said, "On the eve of independence day, I humbly pay tribute to the spirit of our great land Bharat, and proud to showcase our first look and cast from each corner of the country." Bharateeyans is being produced by a Bharat American Surgeon, Dr Shankar Naidu Adusumilli, on asking him about the movie, he said, " Bharateeyans - is close to my heart, a subject which makes me connect back with my roots and my values. It's an earnest tribute to every Indian with a solid message on Patriotism and perseverance.

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Vivek Agnihotri, who launched the teaser at the event, added, "I have loved the unique way the names of characters have been kept in Bharateeyans. I have always wondered if someone has the guts to do something like this; I have never had the guts to do anything like this. The cast looks fresh, nice, and passionate. I know the burden of carrying a young cast on your shoulder; I feel it's been brilliantly tackled. I love the name 'Bharateeyans,' and I feel it's the responsibility of the youth to take the country forward."

This motion epic has an ensemble cast that celebrates diverse talents from varied states across the Nation, like Nirroze Putcha, Subha Ranjan, Sonam Thendup Barphunga, Samaira Sandhu, and Peden O Namgyal, and Rajeshwari Chakraborty. Bharateeyans, this mainstream Bollywood movie also has talented technicians from the south industry; Action of the film is being directed by Judo Ramu, who's known for his work in multiple industries like Kannada, Telugu, Oriya, Bengali; DOP is Jayapal Reddy Nimmala and Music by Satya Kashyap.

Bharateeyans, like its title, become the First Pan India packed with talents across our Motherland and has been filmed at various locations across the Nation, including the illustrious Sikkim. This story is provided by PNN. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article.

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