Ruling the industry for almost two decades, legendary actress Vyjayanthimala Bali will be seen again on screen, after��a gap of��42 years.
As reported by NDTV,��the actress will be involved in a��2-3 minute video that will address how to save a child from a venomous snake bite in villages. The video will be played as an introduction to a film, produced by Kalpna Pandit. “First of all it is a great thought and it’s very useful for the people in the villages, and especially children, who die of snake bites,” the actress stated. The film is being made to help and support hospitals gain access to ventilator systems to help patients.
She also urges audiences to go and see the film and expresses her support, “This kind of ventilator system to save children dying of snake bites is a very noble task and I appreciate this work. I wish the makers of the film all the success and I request everybody to please watch the film because it will be one of its kind.”
Pandit, who will be seen playing an essential role in the film, spoke about her appreciation and gratitude for the veteran actress, “There can be no bigger blessing for my maiden home production ‘Janleva 555’��than receiving the good wishes of the first original superstar of Indian Cinema. The fact that her (Vyjayanthimala’s) ancestral city was also where I hail from, the beautiful garden city of Mysore, made it all the more special.”
Although she did not reveal a great deal about the film itself, Pandit did go on to explain how the video shows Bali presenting a “critical medical message… I can’t reveal much about the subject. You will understand it once you will watch the film.”��Due to release on 19th October, ‘Janleva 555’ will also star Anant Nag and Akash Hora.