Amritsar: Starting the promotions for the much-awaited movie ‘Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe’ by director Harjit Singh on a religious note, the crew reached the holy city to pay obeisance to the almighty at Gurdwara Harmandar Sahib here today. Noted Bollywood veteran Pawan Raj Malhotra and President of the Pinglewada Charitable Trust Bibi Inderjit Kaur then reached Hotel Ramada to meet the media persons.
To give the people an insight into the movie, the trailer was played and everyone was left spellbound. Actor Pawan Malhotra has done a remarkable job in this biopic that narrates the tale of a noble man who devoted his whole life to humanity in the post partition era. White Hill Productions in association with All India Pingalwara Charitable Trust have joined hands to present a Poonieland Studio Production ‘Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe’.
“Bhagat Puran Singh was known as the bearded Mother Teresa of Punjab. He created the Pingalwara Charitable Trust and this movie is a well-portrayed depiction of the life of the man who sacrificed his entire life for providing shelter to the homeless people of Punjab in the disturbing post-partition era. We are happy to have associated with this movie that is going to revive the spirit of humanity among the people,” said Bibi Inderjit Kaur.
Even actor Pawan Raj Malhotra was also filled with emotions and said that he was very happy to have got a chance to play the legendary man who even refused to accept the Padma Shri award that the Government bestowed on him. “The movie is an important chapter in the history of post – partition Punjab. A varied approach to meaningful events would carry great appeal and emotionally connect with the audience. The tireless research makes it a very authentic and genuine attempt,” the crew informed.
The film is sure to pull in huge crowds for its honesty, sincerity, brilliant performances, music and a story everyone will relate with. The music of the film has been appreciated and the movie is expected to do well on the box office as it is releasing on January 30 in over 100 screens throughout Punjab and abroad.