Manisha Chitrode: ‘Good Luck’ Emphasizes the Significance of Respecting the Feelings of Elders

Mumbai, March 31 (IANS) Actress Manisha Chitrode is preparing to showcase her acting skills in the upcoming film ‘Good Luck’, which sheds light on the significance of acknowledging the emotions of elders. The movie, featuring Brijendra Kala, revolves around a 75-year-old woman’s unexpected pregnancy.

In an interview, Manisha shared, ” ‘Good Luck’ is a comedy movie with a beautiful message for society. It highlights the tendency of adults to prioritize work over spending quality time with their families. The film urges us to never lose sight of our loved ones amidst our busy schedules.”

She added, “The film stresses on the importance of recognizing the emotions of our elders, even in their physical absence. The key takeaway is to balance our professional commitments with family bonding, ensuring a meaningful connection with our loved ones.”

Apart from Manisha Chitrode and Brijendra Kala, the movie also features a talented ensemble cast including Azad Jain, Tulika Banerjee, and more. The diverse characters bring different perspectives to the narrative, enriching the storytelling experience.

Delving into her character, Manisha shared, “Playing the role of Sharmili, Angoori’s daughter-in-law, was both challenging and fulfilling. Sharmili’s journey unfolds intriguingly throughout the film, offering surprising revelations. I felt compelled to portray her authenticity and complexity convincingly.”

Directed by Prakhar Shrivastava, ‘Good Luck’ promises to be a heartwarming tale that resonates with audiences of all ages. The film is set to deliver a powerful message about the timeless value of family bonds and the significance of cherishing moments with loved ones.


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