Sharing his experience as a lead character, Nalneesh Neel says, “I like realistic films in which gives an exposure to explore and learn more. I got this film l was not able to relate with it because in real life I’m not married or have kids but the character is a family man. I have worked a lot for this from dieting to get a lean body to get body tan for the character which a man of 45 to look realistic.
“We went to Lucknow to for further preparations and went to tribal population over their to get to know about their life stayed for 2 months and also wore their clothes to make things look more realistic. I am playing the character of chamku who has a son who gets married to a girl named budhni. The character has a orthodox mentality who is unaware of education and development and has greed of money.”
Further he adds, “The character budhni is against open defecation and wants toilet in house which is against Chamku (my character). She is educated and fights for living her life in her own way ,right from completing her education to raising her voice against open defecation and unhygienic public toilet to create an impactful awareness and the story revolves around it. This film also focuses on many other issues.”