The upcoming film, The Vaccine War, directed by Vivek Agnihotri, has recently received praise from well-known author-educator Sudha Murty. In a video shared by Agnihotri on social media, Murty applauded the film for its heart-touching depiction of the development of the Covaxin vaccine. The Vaccine War follows a team of Indian scientists as they work towards creating an indigenous and affordable Covid-19 vaccine.
During a screening of the film, Sudha Murty spoke about her own experiences as a working woman and the challenges that come with balancing career and family. She emphasized the need for good family support and acknowledged the role of understanding men in empowering women to succeed in their careers. Murty also highlighted the importance of the film’s message, which showcases the selfless work of scientists in creating a healthier and happier democratic India.
In addition to praising the film, Sudha Murty spoke about the potential and confidence that every individual possesses. She encouraged viewers to unleash their potential while maintaining ethical and hardworking values. Murty stated that real wealth lies in one’s self-belief and confidence, not in material possessions.
Vivek Agnihotri, known for his previous films such as The Tashkent Files and The Kashmir Files, has once again brought forth a thought-provoking story. The Vaccine War sheds light on the true story of the development of Covaxin, a vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech in partnership with the National Institute of Virology and the Indian Council of Medical Research.
The film stars Nana Patekar as the head scientist leading the race against time, with Pallavi Joshi as his second-in-command. Raima Sen portrays a journalist who attempts to discredit India’s efforts and promote foreign vaccines, while Anupam Kher appears as the Prime Minister in the film.
The Vaccine War is set to release in theaters on September 28th, aiming to captivate and inspire audiences with its powerful narrative and important message about the dedication and hard work of scientists in combating the Covid-19 pandemic.
– Source 1: Hindustan Times – Entertainment Desk