Boman Irani in upcoming film “Jhalki”…

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Release date: 27th Sep 2019
Director: Brahmanand S. Siingh
Screenplay: Jagdeep Sidhu, Brahmanand S. Siingh, Kamlesh Kunti Singh, Tanvi Jain
Producers: Brahmanand S. Siingh, Annand Chavan
Cast: Boman Irani, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Divya Dutta, Sanjay Suri, Yatin Karyekar, Akhilendra Mishra, Govind Namdev, Joy Sengupta, Bachan Pachehra, Aarti Jha, Vikram Singh, Sanchita Goswami, Goraksha Sakpal, Sailesh Dubey, Kailash Satyarthi (Special Appearance).

 

Jhalki is an upcoming drama film directed by Brahmanand S. Siingh, produced by Brahmanand S. Siingh and Annand Chavan and co-produced by Vinayak Gawande and Jayesh Parekh. The film featuring Boman Irani, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Divya Dutta and Sanjay Suri, follows a 9-year-old street girl Jhalki, setting out to find her 7-year-old brother against the backdrop of the child slavery trade. The film was premiered at Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SgSAIFF) on 4th Sep 2019 and it is scheduled to be released in theaters on 27th Sep 2019.

 

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#Jhalki helps bring the conversation about #HumanTrafficking into the mainstream, and paints a vivid picture of what this harsh reality means for many poor families in #India. We are proud to partner with @mobiusfilmsin for the release. Get excited for the premiere on 27 September! . We’re honored to link hands with @kailash.satyarthi @hscfindia @give_india @afalindia @cry_india @savethechildren_india @udaan_india_foundation @lightoflifetrust_lolt @angelxpressfoundation @salaambaalaktrust as we strive to raise awareness on this issue. . Directed by @brahmanandsingh123 & @_tanvijain01 . Featuring @boman_irani @tannishtha_c @sanjaysuri & @divyadutta25 . #IAmWithJhalki #JhalkiOfficialTrailer

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The film Jhalki story about lost childhood, against the backdrop of child slavery and human trafficking. It has elements of sadness and inspiration. It follows a nine-year old street girl Jhalki, in search of her seven-year old brother Babu, who is pushed into child labour, where there is no respite. Inspired by a folk tale of a tireless sparrow, her own ingenious endeavours and presence of mind, she manages to find and get freedom for her brother, along with thousands of other slave laboured children.

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