Brijendra Kala emphasizes the importance of caring for elders in the age of social media, saying ‘Good Luck’

Actor Brijendra Kala is set to star in the upcoming film ‘Good Luck’, which carries a strong message about caring for elders in today’s social media-driven world. The film’s trailer reveals a unique plot involving a 75-year-old woman’s unexpected pregnancy and her son’s political ambitions.

The movie also serves as a social commentary on society’s obsession with social media, promising a thought-provoking experience with a touch of suspense. Brijendra Kala expressed, “The primary reason I was drawn to this film was the powerful social message it delivers through satire, highlighting the importance of spending quality time with elders in the digital age.”

Alongside Kala, the film features Manisha Chitrode, Azad Jain, Tulika Banerjee, and an ensemble cast. Directed by Prakhar Shrivastava and produced by Azad Jain under the Asha Azad Films banner, ‘Good Luck’ is scheduled to hit theaters on April 5, 2024. Stay tuned for this impactful and entertaining cinematic experience.


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