Mumbai, Oct 9 (IANS) Actor Aushim Khetrapal, who made his name with mythological TV film “Shirdi Sai baba” is returning to big screen with the film “Chal Jeet Le Jahan”.
The film is based on the life of physically challenged cricketers of national cricket team.
“I am playing a character of Cricket coach, which is a very good role. When we took the responsibility of training 10 national level Para athletes, on behalf of Paralympic Committee of India, for Paralympic Games, we were impressed with performance of physically challenged sportspersons,” Aushim said.
He added: “Shirdi Saibaba Foundation, powered by “Johnson Controls Hitachi” had flagged off the ‘Radiant in Quest of Gold”. As such we thought of making a film on challenging life of physically challenged sportspersons. Vikas Kapoor worked for fairly long time and now the film it is being shot. The viewers are certain to like ‘Chal Jeet Le Jahan’.”
It is being produced under the banner of Orient Tradelink Limited, and being produced by Aum Sportainment Private Limited, Gaurav Jain and Whistling Train Production.
Five songs of the film have already been recorded in the voice of singers Sukhwinder, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shankar Mahadevan, Amit Mishra, Aushim Khetrapal and Shreya Ghoshal.
The shooting of the film which has begun in Uttrakhand will go on for 20 days.
Rakesh Gupta, Whistling Train Production’s Director said: “We always link ourselves and make films related to culture, ethics, social life and other issues. This film is being made on very good topic and that is what has brought us together”.
Vikas Kapoor is the writer and director of “Chal Jeet Le Jahan”. Amar Desai has scored the music. The lyrics have been penned by Shekhar Astitv, while Rakesh Roshan Singh has handled the cinematography. Sagar Das is the choreographer.