Bharateeyans, a film by director Shankar Naidu Adusumilli, is hailed as a gallant tribute to the Indian martyrs.
The upcoming film “Bharateeyans,” produced by Shankar Naidu Adusumilli, is hailed as a gallant tribute to the Indian martyrs.
“Bharateeyans” has the potential to be one of the emotionally and nationally charged pictures.
Shankar, who identified himself as the son of Bharat Mata (Mother India), said: “The Bharatiyas (Indians) need to show courage, power, and solidarity. We cannot be gullible and say nothing about what China is doing. We must be tough to defend our nation, much as the four lions on the Ashoka pillar stand for strength, courage, pride, and confidence. “Jai Hind!”
The movie, which was made under the Bharat American Creations label and was directed by Dr. Shankar Naidu Adusumilli, will open in theatres on July 14.
Shankar has spent the past three decades working in the medical industry. He has openly expressed his worries about China, seeing it as the greatest threat, looking to infringe on Indian territory and change the country’s map by renaming 11 locations in Arunachal Pradesh and claiming it as South Tibet.
In addition, the company blamed China for being the starting point of the terrible Covid pandemic, which claimed approximately 70 lakh lives worldwide. Shankar calls for unity among all citizens after 20 courageous troops were killed in the Galwan Valley in June 2020.
Deena Raj is the writer and director of the film Bharateeyans, which features Rajeswari Chakraborty, Subha Ranjan, Samaira Sandhu, Sonam Thendup Barphungpa, and Nirroze Putcha in prominent parts.
In 2022, the first image from the movie was released, shocking the online community. The producer recently contended that the film is a response to China’s atrocities after the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) proposed adjustments to the movie, including changing the name of China and eliminating references to the Galwan Valley.
“We provide our soldiers with unwavering support. The movie is a sincere ode to our soldiers who guard the nation’s borders so we can live in peace, he insisted.