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“This Film Is Not Based On Covid”: Pallavi Joshi On ‘The Vaccine War’

By: Pinki Wed, 13 Sept 2023 7:13:10

“This film is not based on Covid”: Pallavi Joshi on ‘The Vaccine War’

The creators of the upcoming movie 'The Vaccine War' have recently unveiled its official trailer, receiving an enthusiastic response from the audience. Featuring Nana Patekar, Anupam Kher, and Pallavi Joshi in prominent roles, the film is scheduled to hit theaters on September 28.

In an exclusive conversation with ANI, Pallavi Joshi shared insights into 'The Vaccine War,' emphasizing that it is not centered around Covid-19. Rather, it focuses on the development of the vaccine and the challenges encountered during that period. This film exudes positivity, celebrating India's achievements. Pallavi Joshi expressed confidence that viewers would leave the theaters brimming with pride, emphasizing India's capabilities.

The trailer chronicles the triumphant journey of scientists and India's 130 crore citizens in their battle against COVID-19. It offers a glimpse into the endeavors of scientists involved in the creation of the BBV152 vaccine, also known as Covaxin, developed by Bharat Biotech in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research – National Institute of Virology.

In the film, Nana Patekar delivers some inspiring dialogues, including one where he states, "This is a war, and we are all soldiers. From today, we should focus with unwavering determination, just like Arjun aiming for the fish's eye."

Previously, in August, 'The Vaccine War' was showcased through special screenings as part of the India for Humanity Tour in the United States. Pallavi Joshi also recently received the Best Supporting Actress award at the 69th National Awards for her outstanding performance in 'The Kashmir Files.'

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