Tricolor Productions have released the first look of the film ‘The Light: Swami Vivekananda’. Inspired by Swami Vivekananda’s teachings, the makers of the film pay a tribute to Swamiji, with this film.
Directed by Tutu Sinha, the film portrays the life history of Swami Vivekananda with some told and untold stories and his journey in search of God.The music of the film has been composed by Nachiketa Chakraborty & Dr. Hari Charan Verma. ‘The Light: Swami Vivekananda’ shows the transformation of the young restless child to a matured individual who sacrificed the worldly pleasures for the sake of God.
The role of Swami Vivekananda will be played by Deep Bhattacharya. The star cast also includes Gargi Roy Choudhury, Premankur Chattopadhyay, Courtney Stephens, Biswajit Chakraborty, Biswajit Chakraborty, Piyali Mitra, Archita Sahu and Sayak Chakraborty in pivotal roles. Under the banner of Tricolor Productions Pvt. Ltd., ‘The Light: Swami Vivekananda’ will be out in cinemas soon.
Snippets from Team Sholoana’s personal interaction with the unit of The Light
Deep Bhattacharya who in real life is software professional says that he can identify with the role very well as he too is one who believes in the ideologies of Swami Ji and loves to lead a life that is devoid of the materialistic chase. Along with the lead actor’s thought process even his demeanor is such that he would be apt for the role of the great sage. Gargi Roy Choudhury who is to play the role of Maa Sharada feels that this will be a great challenge for her as the role would demand a very mature and somber treatment.
While speaking to the media, the director even revealed that during the shoot there had been many instances when he strongly felt the presence of Swamiji blessing him giving him the strength to move ahead. One particular example that he cites was of a scene where the shot required a windy day, when naturally there was none. However, miraculously though right when the shot was about to begin a strong wind started blowing and even stopped as soon as the shot was over.