John Abraham has confirmed that his next ‘Parmanu’ has gone on the floors.
Talking to social media site Twitter, Abhraham tweeting his first day of shooting expressing, “Day 1.. ‘Parmanu. The Story of Pokhran’. Our biggest test ever!”
The story is taken from true events that took place when a big nuclear test took place in Pokhran, Rajasthan in 1998. The film’s music has been composed by the famous Sachin-Jigar. Talking about the film, Pune Mirror reports Abraham expressing, “The road to Pokhran has been paved. It’s time to embark on a journey to revisit the mission that changed the place of India on the world map and turning the course of modern India’s position in the world as a strong nuclear state.”
Producer’s Prernaa Arora and Ajay Kappor were also contacted, who told Mumbai Mirror, “For us, this is not just a film. It’s a dedication from our side to all our soldiers of our country from all the forces. Also to all the scientists to dedicate their lives for the country.We are just sharing their story with the world and we are very proud of it. It’s a film that every fellow Indian will surely be proud of.”
Abraham has also written part of the script with writers Saiwyn Quadros and Sanyuktha Chawla Shaikh. Set to release in December, ‘Parmanu’ will also star Diana Penty and Boman Irani.