While talking about his role, he said: “Dr Siddharth is a very interesting character. He is someone who acts like Lord Krishna, who is there to protect the village from a deadly virus. He is also the village local boy who returns solely to protect his people from Covid and eventually does it through the perfect medium that is Naren.”
“The fact that it’s a film on a very interesting social issue and not just area based but it is a worldwide issue made me take this project up. Also, it’s been written really beautifully and the passion that I saw in the director’s eyes motivated me. He has been supported well by the producers, Deepak Mukut sir and Hunar Mukut,” he said.
He shares further that playing Dr Siddharth has truly been a very interesting experience for him. “He’s a very likeable character, a clean-hearted person, someone from this village who has studied in a metro city and comes back to his roots to give back to the society. He is a man with a mission,” he added.
The film highlights the importance of cleanliness during the pandemic. As he mentions: “The idea of cleanliness and how a 14-year-old boy with his determination and efforts stopped his village from getting any more Covid cases is really inspiring. There is so much to learn from this film.”
About working experience with Yagya, Rajniesh shared: “We hit it off instantly. From the day we did some readings in the office during pre-production to the first day of shoot, it has been a fantastic experience. Yagya is a very talented boy, very focused and understanding. I feel his passion for acting and believe that it will take him far. His father is very supportive of his work and is always there by his side. He has done a fabulous job as Naren.”
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