Makers of Yeh Hai India invite PM Modi to watch their film

| Updated: Apr 11, 2017 00:13 IST

New Delhi [India], Apr 10 (ANI-NewsVoir): It is not every day that Prime Minister gets invited to watch a Bollywood movie but when you have a film that is dedicated to his vision of India and echoes the same philosophy that he stands for then it does sound like a good idea to invite him. It is with this intention that the makers for Yeh Hai India have extended an invitation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend a special screening of the movie. Extending the invitation, Director Lomharsh posted on Twitter, "Dear @narendramodi, kind request to watch @YHI_Movie, which is dedicated to your vision of brighter India. It will be an honour to arrange a screening for you @PMOIndia @Modiarmy". Yeh Hai India is written and directed by Lomharsh. It is produced by Sandeep Choudhary under the banner of DLB Films Pvt. Ltd. Following the invitation, the stars of Yeh Hai India have also been invited to the prestigious Global Exhibition on Services (GES). This is the third edition of GES and the team is elated to be a part of the talk and tell session on April 18, 2017. Other dignitaries that will be attending the Talk and Tell session are Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Shilpa Shetty, Amrish Tripathi, Ramesh Sippy and Sudhir Mishra. Speaking on what sets apart Yeh Hai India from the regular patriotic movies, LomHarsh says, "The other movies in this genre revolve around a single plot or thought, while in Yeh Hai India we emphasized on India, Indians and its contribution. So in a nutshell we are presenting to you a story of an entire nation rather than an individual achievement. The makers had recently unveiled the motion poster of the movie, which has been a great success. Yeh Hai India will be releasing in a theatre near you in Summer of 2017 Yeh Hai India stars Gavie Chahal, Deana Uppal, Mohan Agashe, Mohan Joshi, Antara Banerjee, Surendrapal, Major Bikramjeet and others. The movie captures a writer's journey through several different countries and his observations on the thoughts and views of other people about India. (ANI-NewsVoir)