A tale of two brothers
Posted On August 2, 2021
In the first movie of a trilogy set to open next year, Akshay Kumar plays the father of a boy who falls in love with a girl.
The boy’s father is also the son of an infamous serial killer, and the two soon get into a fight.
The two eventually marry, and in the movie’s final moments, the two are killed by the killer.
But in a new story, the father is a father of an identical son, and it’s up to Akshayan Kumar to get the boy to the police station and bring him back to his family, to prove his innocence.
The plot of the new movie, A Mother’s Love, is told from the point of view of a young man who grew up with a boy named Rani, who he has never met.
The story is told in a language that has been dubbed in Hindi as Bhojpuri.
The movie is being made by the filmmakers of Bhoopee, a new Hindi film set to be released by the Indian Motion Picture and Television Production (MMPTP) on January 6, 2019.
“The film is not a romantic melodrama but is a family drama in which a family’s problems are reflected in the lives of the characters,” said Rajesh Gupta, who co-produced the film with Bhoapee’s filmmaker Ashok Kumar.
The film’s title is a reference to the character of Rani from the novel of the same name by author Hari Kunzru.
It has been hailed by many as one of the best Hindi films of the past decade.
“I feel very happy with the movie.
It’s not a family-centric story but it shows a family in a complex situation,” said Ravi Mehta, who was born in New Delhi, and who played a leading role in Bhopee.
“It shows that love is not something you can achieve by being in love or in a relationship,” he said.