Another project inspired by the life of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to start its shooting soon. The forthcoming project is titled ‘Ek Aur Naren’ and it will feature Mahabharata fame Gajendra Chauhan in the lead role.

Ek Aur Naren will be based on the life and vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The project will be helmed by director Milan Bhowmik. On Thursday, Milan revealed that the movie will have two parts in its story – one dealing with the life and work of Swami Vivekanada who was born Narendranath Dutta and the other projecting the vision of Narendra Modi. (PTI)

Milan said that Ek Aur Naren will capture the lives of two personalities. First is Vivekananda who spent his life to spread the message of universal brotherhood. The other personality is Indian Prime Minister Modi who has taken India to a new height and is one of the most popular icons in the field of politics.

Milan said, “Both personalities have elevated Bharat to another height globally with their ideologies and service to the people.”

The shooting of the movie will start from 12th of March this year in Kolkata and Gujarat. It is expected to end in April. The narration of the movie will be in Hindi. It is produced by a production house of Kolkata.

The director said that the film will be released on Modi’s birthday on September 17.

Recently, the lead actor of ‘Ek Aur Naren’, Gajendra Chauhan told reporters that there had been discussions about the film for a long time with the director. He said that it was a coincidence that the film was announced just after the notification for election to a number of state assemblies.

The lead actor knew Modi personally for 20 years. Chauhan said, “I will seek to explore the towering personality of Narendra Modi, his way of thinking, his way of interaction with masses, his connect with the people, his beliefs.” He further added that as an artist it is a great opportunity for him to portray such a character. Last month, Chauhan took to twitter and shared a picture of the event where he had dressed up as Modi.

The director, Milan had earlier made films on the brutal Nirbhaya rape and on the Great Calcutta Killings of 1946.