Golondaaj Poster OUT: Dev Adhikari Plays Father Of Indian Football, Nagendra Prasad Saradhikari

Nagendra Prasad is considered as the father of Indian football. Actor Dev Adhikari will be essaying the role of footballer Nagendra Prasad Saradhikari. The motion poster was released on the Republic Day

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Golondaaj Poster OUT: Dev Adhikari Plays Father Of Indian Football, Nagendra Prasad Saradhikari
Dhurbo Banerjee’s next film ‘Golondaaj’ motion poster has released. Actor Dev Adhikari starring as footballer Nagendra Prasad  Saradhikari is seen in the poster. The other cast details are not revealed till now. Dev Adhikari himself shared the link of the motion poster on social media. The film will be releasing this year but there is no official confirmation.  

The motion poster has created buzz on social media. Dev Adhikari, who is already enjoying the success of his last release Sanjhbati, has shared on his Twitter, “সব খেলার সেরা সেই ফুটবল ভারতীয়দের প্রথম খেলতে শেখালেন যিনি..On This #RepublicDay , unveiling the motion poster of #Golondaaj, inspired by the life events of Nagendra Prasad Sarbadhikari | Directed by @dhrubo_banerjee”


As the reports claim, Nagendra Prasad is considered as the father of Indian football and also introduced football to teenagers in India. He started playing football in 1877. Nagendra even formed a club as an initiative to promote football in India.

Dev has recently wrapped up the shooting of Tonic. The story of Tonic will revolve around a possessive father-son relationship. As the film will proceed, we will see their over -possessiveness nature is affecting their relationship. The problem becomes more critical when the son celebrates his parents’ 50th anniversary in a low-key way but celebrated his own anniversary in a grand way. How they will make their relationship work and sort all their differences is the story all about.



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