Veteran actress Neena Gupta shared that she and her workforce needed to undergo 10 rounds of experimentation at occasions, to get the prosthetics proper for her look in the upcoming movie “Sardar Ka Grandson”. The household drama casts Neena as Sardar Rupinder Kaur and it co-stars Arjun Kapoor, Rakulpreet Singh, Kanwaljit Singh, John Abraham, Aditi Rao Hydari and Kumud Mishra. The movie is all set to launch on May 18 on Netflix.
Talking about the prosthetics, Neena stated “the team left me astounded by the amount of effort they put in helping me get the perfect look. Sometimes we went through 10 rounds of trying to get the prosthetics right. They also made sure to experiment with different kinds of materials, so the prosthetics wouldn’t hamper my performance.”
“We braced ourselves for long and difficult painful sessions. A sincere amount of hard work and dedication went in behind my look in the film, and thankfully it was worth all the trouble,” the senior actress added.
The actress reportedly arrived on the set two hours previous to the allotted time so every little thing went on easily.
The movie is about a grandmother’s final want, a devoted grandson, and a heartwarming journey primarily based on the theme of an individual can go to any extent for the happiness and needs of their household!’ The trailer of the identical was not too long ago launched by the makers.
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Going by the trailer, Sardar Ka Grandson guarantees heat, love, and celebration of the bonds inside a big Punjabi household. The movie showcases the journey of a US-returned grandson (Arjun Kapoor) who will go to any size to fulfil the final want of Sardar (Neena Gupta), the household matriarch. Directed by Kaashvie Nair the movie explores their distinctive relationship and is a tribute to multi-generational household bonds.
Giving away extra particulars, director Nair stated Sardar Ka Grandson is a tasty mixture of his grandparents and his attachment to his childhood dwelling. It celebrates the unconditional love between grandparents and grandchildren.