‘I Just Secretly Wish He Was Here To See This Film’, Quips Bawaal Director Nitesh Tiwari

New Delhi: National Award-winning filmmaker Nitesh Tiwari’s much-awaited love story, Baawaal is turning out to be a global phenomenon, generating excitement among the audience ever since its announcement, and premiered on the iconic Queen Elizabeth II cruise ship in Dubai. A grand international trailer launch event has been organised. , Enthralling the audience with an intriguing trailer with suspenseful songs, the film goes beyond the bounds of conventional love stories.

While viewers will have to wait for July 21 when the film premieres on Prime Video, they will be pleasantly surprised to know about the genesis of the story, which director Nitesh holds close to his heart.

With stunning visuals and an underlying historical connection, the film has a deep personal connect with him. During a conversation, he shared that his father, who was the education chief of the state of Madhya Pradesh and a history teacher, hoped to visit Europe because of its importance in world history. A wish that remained unfulfilled was to visit the sites of these important moments in history, which he had studied and taught extensively.

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Speaking about the inspiration behind the premise of Bawal, Nitesh Tiwari said, “I just borrowed the premise from a story. I didn’t go too deep into it, so there’s really no feeling of sadness. I’m just proud.” And feel happy. That’s all I secretly want.” He came here to watch this film. He would be watching it from above and would feel as proud as he was when I used to show him all the World War movies. It is a beautiful feeling and I would like to remember these things fondly. ,

Starring Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor, Baawal is an eternal love story produced by Sajid Nadiadwala’s production banner Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment in association with Ashwini Iyer Tiwari and Nitesh Tiwari’s Earthsky Pictures. Baawal will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in India and over 200 countries and territories on July 21.