Last year, Parmish Verma gave a hint to his fans that something big is on its way. And now, the much-awaited surprise has finally been revealed!
Omjee Star Studios and Parmish Verma Films are set to collaborate for Parmish Verma’s upcoming film ‘Main Te Bapu’. What makes this announcement more exciting is that the real life father-son duo of Parmish Verma and Dr. Satish Verma, a veteran theatre actor will share the screen space together for the first time! An interesting army of stars like Sanjeeda Sheikh, Sunita Dhir, Sukhi Chahal, Gurmeet Sajjan and Rose J Kaur will also star in the movie.
Now, the date for the film's release has also been shared by Parmish Verma's team which is 22nd of April, 2022!
Directed by Dil Diyan Gallan fame, Uday Pratap Singh and Written by Jagdeep Singh Warring, the film will explore the various shades of father-son relationship in a very interesting way. Munish Sahni of Omjee Star Studios said that his association with Parmish Verma goes way back to his first film, ‘Rocky Mental’ and with ‘Main Te Bapu’, it has only got stronger. He promises that the film will be a treat for all cinema lovers.
Parmish Verma said that he feels blessed that his first production under Parmish Verma Films is a film that is really close to his heart and where he will get to co-star with his real-life hero, his father.
Sharing the news on his Instagram account also , Parmish wrote, "So Happy and Proud to Announce My Next Film Under My Production House #MainTeBapu along with @omjeestar_studios @munishomjee Its a Blessing to Share Screen with My Father. Shoot Starts today and We’ll see you in Cinema Halls Very Soon. Big Day for all of us as a Team. Congratulations to @iamsanjeeda @udaypratapofficial @jagdeepsinghwarring and The Whole Team. #MainTeBapu #ParmishVermaFilms #DrSatishVerma #SunitaDhir #JaleshOberoi @gadar_g @gurmeetsajjan @rose.j.kaur #SukhjeetJaito
Congratulations to Our Producers @sukhanvermaofficial @suvidhasahni"
The Verma duo’s chemistry is already a hit on social media and we honestly can’t wait to see them translating it on the silver screen!