A film on emotional bonding “Life Is Good”

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Producer Anand Shukla’s maiden venture “Life Is Good” is a film  about the various colours of life. The story narrates how a perspective towards life can be changed when someone brings new hope and vision in life and adds colours to colourless life. 

Rameshwar (Jackie Shroff) is one such lonely person who has lost interest in life following the death of his mother. He starts to feel that his life has no aim and meaning and on one weak moment of life he thinks of committing suicide. Before he takes this drastic step a little innocent girl Mishty (Saniya Anklesariya) enters into his life and later becomes familiar with Rameshwar. Now in the company of jovial Mishty the perspective of Rameshwar towards life starts changing and he learns the new meaning of life. How Mishty brings changes in the life of Rameshwar and how he becomes a changed person forms the crux of the story.

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Sujit Sen has written this story on emotional bonding and the film is directed by Anant Narayan Mahadevan and it also stars Ananya, Rajit Kapur, Ankita, Swanand Verma, Sunita Sen Gupta, Mohan Kapoor and Darshan Jariwala and the film is all set to release on 9th December.

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