“Ab Dilli Dur Nahin: The Journey of an IAS Aspirant” To Hit Theatres on May 12
Chandigarh's Chanakya IAS academy becomes the 'Knowledge Partner'
Chandigarh : Shining Sun Studios and Moonlight Films & Theatre Studios are all set to take the audience on an inspiring journey with their upcoming Hindi social drama, “AB DILLI DUR NAHIN.” Directed by Kamal Chandra, the film stars the talented actor Imran Zahid in the lead role.
The movie is set to release on May 12, 2023, in cinemas near you.Speaking about his role in the film, Imran Zahid expressed his excitement, “I am thrilled to be a part of a film that sheds light on the struggles faced by those who come to Delhi with big dreams.
It’s a story of resilience, hope, and determination that will touch everyone’s hearts.”The press conference for the movie was held at Chanakya IAS academy Chandigarh branch in Sector 22 – B today. Chanakya IAS academy is the official ‘Knowledge Partner” of Ab Dilli Dur Nahin.
Renowned Success Guru AK Mishra, who is the founder and director of Chanakya IAS Academy said, he is happy to support a film which talks about the dreams of the youth, and the hardships they face in accomplishing their goals.
Mr Mishra also said ..”I am sure the film will connect with people on a deeper level and motivate them to follow their ambitions.”It may be noted that while Chanakya IAS academy has been providing 360 degree solutions to IAS aspirants for more than three decades, Success Guru AK Mishra is a very popular name in India’s education industry, who has carried forward the legacy of producing the countries top IAS/IPS Officers.
While talking about the film, the producers Vinay Bharadwaj, Syed Z and Sanjay Mawar stated, “AB DILLI DUR NAHIN is a tribute to the struggles of those who leave their homes to chase their dreams. It’s a story that will inspire everyone to never give up on their aspirations.”With an incredible cast, an inspiring storyline, and a talented crew, “AB DILLI DUR NAHIN” is all set to take the audience on an unforgettable journey.
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