"Hamid", a film about an eight-year-old Kashmiri boy's search for his missing father, is all set to release on March 1.
"It's a great feeling when you know that your labour of love will be finally be showcased to the entire nation. I'm excited and nervous in equal measures. This is an important story that needs to be told, and after travelling to different parts of the world, I hope this film continues to touch the hearts of the audiences all over, as it has been doing in its festival screenings," Khan said.
"The response we have got at various prestigious film festivals has been overwhelming and we are imbued with a new confidence to showcase the film to a wider audience. Engaging relevant content for a discerning audience is the cornerstone of Yoodlee Films, and Hamid is a true testimony to that," Kumar said in a statement.
The story of the film is told through Hamid, who is looking for his missing father after his mother tells him that he has gone to Allah.
The number 786, Hamid learns, is God's number and he decides to try and reach out to Him. Using his father's old mobile phone, after various combinations, he ?nally manages to connect to Abhay, a hard-knuckled CRPF Jawaan, who he believes, is the God he is looking for.
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