Deepak Mukut and Mansi Bagla are all set to launch Aadesh Srivastava’s son Avitesh with their next production Sirf Ek Friday

The death of Aadesh Srivastava, an industry pioneer in his own right, shocked his colleagues and peers. Fans of the late maestro will be overjoyed to watch his son take his initial steps into the industry. Deepak Mukut and Mansi Bagla are preparing to introduce Avitesh in their upcoming film, Sirf Ek Friday.

It is the narrative of a young adult who grew up in a world of money, automobiles, parties, and friends. He now resolves to pursue his ailing mother’s unmet ambition of becoming a successful performer. He goes through a rigorous training programme that teaches him about life’s true emotions. His guru puts him through all of life’s challenges in order to teach him the Navarasa. He explores the nine emotions in depth in order to discover his true self and grow as an actor.

Lloyd Baptista will play the little boy Avitesh Srivastava in the film, which will be directed by him.

“It’s really a great pleasure and privilege for me to be a part of this film,” Avitesh says of his break. The narrative had a profound impact on me. It hit me like a tonne of bricks the moment I read it. It’s the type of picture that takes an actor on a personal journey of self-discovery, which excites me greatly. I can’t wait to get started.”

“We sought an unconventional cast for a film of this sort,” explains producer Deepak Mukut. Avitesh’s raw energy moved us, and it’s a touching narrative. He exudes a natural screen presence. The film delves into the inner workings of an artist’s trade as well as what it takes to be a great actor. It’s a deep dive into an actor’s mentality, and we’re confident Lloyd will bring his A-game to the screen.”

“It’s a lovely storyline, and we needed a new face for the picture,” says producer Mansi Bagla. Someone who doesn’t have any screen baggage. In the screen test, Avitesh perfectly captured the character’s innocence. In today’s world, the film explores the relationship between materialistic want and human emotions.”

Lloyd Baptista directed Sirf Ek Friday, which was co-produced by Hunar Mukut and produced by Deepak Mukut, Mansi Bagla, and Varun Bagla under the brands of Soham Rockstar Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and Mini Films.


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