Fri 25 Oct 2019|
Before 1998, Johri village in the interiors of Uttar Pradesh was just like any other village in India. But during this time something extraordinary started, which took this village to national and international levels of success and fame. As a result of which this village had become an inspiring example for the entire nation.
Coach Dr. Rajpal who had been national level player in shooting convinced local government to open the “johri rifle club” and finally the rifle club was all set to start. The only thing required was to get enough participants from the villages to take the training there.
The Tomar family was very renowned in the Johri village. Jai Singh’s wife Chandro Tomar and Bhandwar Singh’s wife Prakashi Tomar had 45 grandchildren in total. In totality, the Tomar family consists of 70 members.
The grannies Chandro and Prakashi were the strong pillars of strength for the entire family. Fulfilling all these responsibilities and duties Chandro and Prakshi didn’t even realize when the prime of their life had passed them by.
At the age of 50 they picked up a gun for the sake of their daughters in the hopes of encouraging them towards a bright future. They did not want their daughters to share the same fate of a lifetime of suppression. What unfolded was nothing short of miraculous. They discovered their own skill of being exceptional shooters.
Despite all the odds, they won 352 medals each in the course of their veteran professional life as a shooter.
||Pawan Chopra, Vineet Kumar Singh, Taapsee Pannu, Bhumi Pednekar, Prakash Jha, Trupti Khamkar, Ankur B. Saraiya, Vicky Kadian, Raunakk Bhnder, Yogendra Vikram Singh, Navneet Srivastava
||Advait Nemlekar |
||Anurag Kashyap, Nidhi Parmar|
|Country / Year:
||India, 2019 |
|This work is not currently scheduled for release at Nu Metro.|
Following the exciting story of the world's oldest sharpshooters, Chandro and Prakashi Tomar, the drama marks the directorial debut of acclaimed scriptwriter Tushar Hiranandani. The film stars Bhumi Pednekar and Taapsee Pannu.