Rajkot, Aug 1 (UNI) Abhay Bhardwaj, a renowned lawyer of the city, will play the role of a chief minister in a Gujarati film, a yet untitled action movie, based on one of the much hyped controversial fake encounter cases of Gujarat Police.
Speaking to UNI, Mr Bhardwaj said the movie would try to throw light on the trials and tribulations of policing.
A Mumbai-based Gujarati filmmaker Manoj Nathwani is all set to make the movie which will show how a police officer fights against all the odds.
The movie would be shot in Rajkot and its surrounding areas including the police stations, Mr Bhardwaj said. ''The shooting of the movie is yet to start and when it starts, it would be completed in two months,'' he said adding that he would deliver the dialogue of the movie in his own pattern and no one would interfere.
When asked whether the title of the movie would be ''Mr Vanzara", he said ''may be or may not be''.
Producer of the film, Ram Mishra who has produced many Gujarati and Hindi movies, will play the role of a Police Commissioner in this Gujarati movie.
Money raised through this movie would be utilised for the benefit of the families of the police who lost their lives fighting against the terrorists in India, Mr Bhardwaj said.
When asked whether the filmmaker had sought permission from the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he said there was no question of seeking it from anybody, the movie simply presented the matter in front of our viewers.
There would not be any song in this two-hour long movie, Mr Bhardwaj said.
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