Jackie Shroff is all set to showcase an all new avatar in Ananth Narayan Mahadevan’s Life is Good. This film promised to be one of the most delightful and memorable films one will ever see will release on 10th August 2018.
Life Is Good revolves around the relationship between Jackie Shroff and a six year old girl Mishti – whose sudden entry in his life ends up changing his outlook towards everything.
Life Is Good, is a tender, moving drama with a revelatory performance by Jackie Shroff. It intends to change the old saying to ‘All good things must come to a new beginning.’
Having directed 13 films in a span of ten years, director Ananth Narayan Mahadevan is back to regale the audience with his latest film Life Is Good starring Jackie Shroff.
Having done a film on Naxalite in Red Alert: The War Within, a biopic Mee Sindhutai Sapkal and the recent true life story Staying Alive, was it not hard to delve into an emotional story? “Well, the film is not emotional in the true sense. The film is based on incidents of life that happen to be life changers. Let me tell you one thing: Life is really good, if you make it good. It is all on how you interpret your life,” replied the director. The film is based on human relations, “the kind of which you find a lot in Iranian films,” he added