Actors Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar think that their forthcoming film 'Saandh Ki Aankh' would shed more light on point-shooting as a sport, which depicts an inspirational real-life tale. The movie is influenced by Chandro Toman and Prakashi Tomar, who, after passing their 60s, has become the earliest sharp shooters in the game's history when they were first targeted high.
Taapsee, who performs Prakashi's part, said it was inspirational to depict a lady who "took up the weapon against every odds and shot her way to victory and achievement”. Taapsee said in a declaration that she had seen how both of them promote the shooting guard game. Having come from a rural location, these two females showed me that Indian females are no fewer than anybody else in the globe when it goes to sport, powerful will to choose fighting for their dreams”.
Bhumi said that she taught her a lot about sharp shooter playing Chandro's part. She said that she interacted with so many individuals residing in this Meerut village and got to understand how enthusiastic about sharpshooting everybody seems to be.
Bhumi also said that to ace this sport they operate so hard that it gives her goosebumps. The enthusiasm for the sport is increasing, and she hopes that there will be more exciting sportsmen.
The movie also stars Prakash Jha and Vineet Kumar whereas Tushar Hiranandani is the director of this movie.