Mumbai : Upcoming Controversial Film, Juni – The Last Prayer trailer was launched among a packed gathering of media persons and the greats of cinema & theatre doyens . The Film is releasing on the 8th of April, 2022 in Cinemas all over on PVR Screens. The film has been directed by a debutant director and actor Anurag Sharma The film is based on the Misuse of 498A and myths around God, religion, and spirituality.
The central character has been played by Anurag Sharma who has portrayed a young entrepreneur facing domestic and business issues at the same time and how he overcomes them. Juni- The Last Prayer has been produced by Junifilms & Leading Film Productions, Celebrity Management and Films Marketing Company, Approach Entertainment is Marketing & PR Partner with the Film.
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This most anticipated film received online wishes from Rakesh Bedi, Gul Panaag and Pankaj Berry along with the physical gathering of Vijay Kapoor, the senior theatre artist, Pankaj Vij the award winner litterateur who participated in a debate on the issue of the controversial section 498 A. In fact Pankaj Vij was so impressed with the trailer of this hard-hitting film that he announced that he would buy the tickets for the full family to watch the film in a theatre hall along with the general public.
The most heartening feature of the event was that the team of Juni – The Last Prayer performed a brief act on the representing plot of the story of the film including that of the issues of Dowry Harassment and the conflict of conviction in humans as regards to the existence of God. The Chief Guest Vijay Kapur remained spellbound watching such an innovative feature and admired the passion of the actors of this film. The film was almost regenerated and recreated by the short skit.
One of the elderly women in the audience was so moved by the trailer that she emotionally addressed the crowd stating that this film reminded her of the conflicts in her family as regards to the manipulation of the Dowry Act. “Almost 60-70% of the families in North India have been the victims of the misuse of this draconian law,” she mentioned adding that if this film had been made some years ago, then there would have been widespread awareness of such a nuisance. Taking this ideology ahead, another young lady guest echoed her concern stating that such malpractices lead to the fragmentation of joint families that is the back bone of our Indian culture and particularly conveys the message to the young ones in the families.
Another hot point of debate was a bunch of questions from the audience about the depiction of doubt as regards to the existence of the Almighty in the mind of the protagonist. The actor-director Anurag Sharma defended this query very astutely stated that the film doesn’t and in no way, it prophesizes the non-existence of the Almighty. In fact, he mentioned several case examples including that of people worshipping a simple rock on the sides of a road or a highway. Faith is the most powerful weapon of defence and protection among our Indians.
Juni – The Last Prayer is an upcoming thriller based on the exploitation of the Dowry Act, and is all set to release on 8th of April across cinema halls nationwide on PVR Screens. The film has Anurag Sharma, Manisha Rathour, Manjit Singh, Lavanika Sharma, and Suchitan Sidhu playing the lead roles. It is written and directed by Anurag Sharma.
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