Rana Daggubati and Pulkit Samrat are all set to give the audiences a special and spectacularly shot drama about the man-animal conflict in the form of Haathi Mere Saathi. The title that has been taken from the Rajesh Khanna-hit from the early 70s, this film is set in the luscious jungles and presents the chilling reality of elephant and human deaths in this aforementioned battle.
The film was originally planned to release in the cinemas on April 2 last year but was postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Also starring talented actresses Shreya Pilgaonkar and Zoya Hussain in important roles, Haathi Mere Saathi shall premiere on 26 March, 2021 in theatres. The release date is just a couple of weeks away and the ensemble cast has the audiences excited.
The film is being bankrolled by Eros Motion Pictures, a division of Eros STX Global Corporation, is an established leader in the Indian film industry holding a track record of over 40 years.
Post the massive success of the magnum opus ‘Baahubali’ franchise, and ‘The Ghazi Attack’, this will be a hat-trick for Rana in a trilingual. No doubt, it has left the fans all excited for the film to hit the silver screens. The film is directed by National Award-winning director, Prabu Solomon, who is an expert on films around wildlife. It is bankrolled by Eros Motion Pictures, a division of Eros STX Global Corporation, an established leader in the Indian film industry with a track record of over 40 years.
The pan-India multi-lingual film will be the first trilingual of 2021 and will premiere in three languages on 26 March 2021. So, lock your date and get ready to get on this wild adventure.
The biggest adventure drama movie of the year for Eros International – Haathi Mere Saathi. Produced by Eros Motion Pictures, a division of Eros STX Global Corporation. Directed by Prabhu Soloman will be out in theatres near you on 26th March 2021. If director Prabhu Solomon could envision only Rana Daggubati in the lead for Haathi Mere Saathi, he also knew Unni, the elephant — who had worked with him in Kumki (2012) and its sequel — would be the perfect fit for the project. In fact, Unni is so sought after that the director had to arrange the drama’s schedule according to his dates. “Unni is among the four to five elephants across the country with an Animal Welfare Board of India [AWBI] license. He is the busiest of them as he is taken to festivals, and for ad and film shoots. So, we had to take Unni’s dates first and schedule the actors’ dates accordingly,” says Solomon.