“Yeh (Masks) fashion nahi hai boss”, said Sanjay Mishra, supporting Ranvir Shorey’s views on the rising pollution levels.
One got the blazer and t-shirt look right, while the other rocked a cool and quirky yellow suit. Their onscreen chemistry is well known to all of us, but who knew they would be equally witty off-screen and would be completing each other’s sentences.
RJ Stutee got talking to the ‘sweet’ and funny star cast duo of Kadvi Hawa, who not only spoke about their film’s broader theme – climate change – but also expressed their concern towards the deteriorating climatic and environmental conditions.
When talking about Kadvi Hawa, Ranvir Shorey also spoke about how the film makes references to farmer suicides, but mostly revolves around the two central characters and their relationship conflict. The duo also got talking about nepotism in Bollywood, and their personal environmental friendly habits.
Climate change is real and it’s happening. The recent hazardous life-threatening smog in the capital region is alarming, and calls for the need to combat the rising pollution levels in the state. Kadvi Hawa is an upcoming hindi film, directed by Nila Madhab Panda and deals with the issue of climate change. The film is all set to hit the theaters on 24 November 2017.
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