The trailer of An Toh Sab Bhagwan Bharose unveils a nuanced narrative centred around two young boys growing up in a traditional Indian village, deeply rooted in rural values emphasizing divine intervention and religious faith. However, as the story progresses, their beliefs collide with universal truths.
Beyond questioning faith and unwavering divine belief, Bhagwan Bharose explores the complex issue of communal tension that has always been relevant across the globe. Shiladitya Bora fearlessly but empathetically tackles the sensitive subject through the minds of two innocent kids.
Notably, the performances of child actors Satendra Soni and Sparsh Suman shine, as they impeccably depict the innocence with which young minds accept or reject the dictates of adults, leading to confusion in the face of conflicting adult messaging. Veteran actor Vinay Pathak also makes a captivating appearance.
'Bhagwan Bharose' scripted by Sudhakar Nilmani Eklavya and Mohit Chauhan, is set for a theatrical release on October 13th. The film's poster was recently unveiled by the critically acclaimed filmmaker Sriram Raghavan, who loved the trailer of the film and requested everyone to watch the film in a video released by the makers. The film features original music by cult Indian rock band Indian Ocean (Black Friday, Gulaal, Masaan) with lyrics by Sanjeev Sharma (Peepli Live).
The film also starring Masumeh Makhija, Shrikant Verma, Mahesh Sharma, Sawan Tank and Manurishi Chaddha in pivotal roles, is being released by the award-winning Canadian film company Rhythm Boyz, in North America, Canada, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, while PVR INOX Pictures will release the film in India.
The film is produced by Platoon One Films (Shiladitya Bora, Shilpi Agarwal), Lighthouse Innoventures (Milapsinh Jadeja, Sanyukta Gupta) and Sri Sathya Sai Arts (K.K. Radhamohan) along with Sri Lankan auteur Prasanna Vithanage.ALSO READ: RM24: Rashmika Mandanna goes underwater & raises intrigue in first look of 'A Girlfriend'