Report by Santanu Ganguly, New Delhi: Life is but a set of memories, the memories we cherish throughout and keep these treasures safe in the wallet of our heart. But some memories that get imbibed in our minds are those which give us goose bumps even after ages. Aushim Khetarpal when asked about one such memory shared his experience spent on the sets of his upcoming flick “Baba Ramsaa Peer”.
While shooting for the film, Actor-Producer experienced great many things but ones that will remain with him lifelong are those that happened while shooting the climax of the film. “In myths there is a mention of Babaji coming across a beggar and later on he goes to greet his favorite cows. When we were shooting for this particular part of the movie without having setup for a beggar, when the shot was rolling a beggar from nowhere came across me. Later on the same thing happened with the cows. I came across 4 cows during the shooting of the same sequence. The shot was taken and it came out to be perfect. But it’s sure seemed like a big coincidence that such a myth would happen with us when we are shooting the saint’s story. Rather it was the divine blessings of Baba Ramdevji,” says Aushim.
The film “Baba Ramsaa Peer” which releases in September is produced by Satish Tondon productions and Orient Tradelink Ltd. The music of the film which will also include Gujarati and Rajasthani folk music is given by Surinder Bachan and the film is directed by Bhabani Prasad.