First look Of Antaryatri Mahapurush unveiled on 50th anniversary of Digambar Jain Muni Shri Vidyasagar Ji Maharaj being elevated as an Acharya

First look Of Antaryatri Mahapurush unveiled on 50th anniversary of Digambar Jain Muni Shri Vidyasagar Ji Maharaj being elevated as an Acharya.

First look Of Antaryatri Mahapurush unveiled on 50th anniversary of Digambar Jain Muni Shri Vidyasagar Ji Maharaj being elevated as an Acharya

Aanil Kulchainiyaa is coming up with a film Antaryatri Mahapurush based on the life of Digambar Jain Muni Shri Vidyasagar Ji Maharaj. On the 50th anniversary of being elevated as an Acharya, the first look of the film has been unveiled. Directed by Aanil Kulchainiyaa, Vivek Anand Mishra is the protagonist in the film. Along with him, Kishori Shahane, Gajendra Chauhan, Late Shri Baldev Trehan, Krishna Bhatt, Sudhakar Sharma, Milind Gunaji, Gufi Patel, Arjun, Vikki Hada, Hardik Mishra are in various roles.

The film “Antaryatri Mahapurush (The Walking God)” is the life journey of Digambar Sant Acharya Vidya Sagar Ji Maharaj.The film covers the story of his childhood till attaining the position of Acharya, his education, his sports, his love for siblings., his devotion towards his parents, the ups and downs in his life, and his devotion towards religion will be seen in this film.

Under the banner of Shiromani Creation, Antaryatri Mahapurush is written and directed by Aanil Kulchainiyaa, the film is produced by Kamna Kulchania and co-produced by Umesh Malhar and Anand Rathi. The music of the film is composed by Satish Dehra and the lyricist is Sudhakar Sharma. The cinematographer of the film is Mahesh G Sharma and the editor is Gul. The background music of the film was composed by Dharmendra Jawda and the choreographer is Madhav Kishan.

On this occasion director Anil Kulchainiyaa told that first of its kind, the film is based on Jainism. Acharya Shri
Vidhya Sagar Ji is a source of inspiration for the ideal life,  This film will introduce many incidents of his lifetime. While making this film, we have followed the guidelines of Jain scholars and Jain monks. This film will be liked by the devotees of Acharya Shri as well as the audience of all sections of cinema.

The shooting of the film has been done in places like Sadalga, Stavnidhi, Gommeteshwar Bahubali, Mumbai, Ajmer, Kishangarh, Jaipur, Dadia Gaon, Kota, Kolhapur, etc. The film will hit the cinema soon.

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