Saiyami Kher: Saiyami’s Ghoomer limited in number of theatres, disabled players in Mumbai saw the story of determination – Actress Saiyami Kher Watched Ghoomer With Paraplegic Cricketers On Special Screening IG News

Produced in partnership with Abhishek Bachchan’s film company Saraswati Entertainment, director R Balki’s last film ‘Ghoomar’ has just a few shows left in theaters across the country. Talking about Mumbai alone, even 50 shows are not being held in a day including the whole city. But, the film’s heroine Saiyami Kher has still not given up. Like her character in the film, she is struggling in her personal life as well and is working day and night for the promotion of this film.

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Saiyami was seen this time during a special screening of ‘Ghoomar’ in which an attempt was made to make disabled cricketers experience the magic of cinema. In the film ‘Ghoomar’, Saiyami Kher has played the role of a stubborn and never losing courage girl. In this film, the interesting story of a batsman becoming a left-handed bowler after losing his right hand has been shown. About 50 Divyang cricketers in the age group of 12-25 years were present during this special screening of the film ‘Ghoomar’. These are the players who officially play for India in international tournaments.

DCCI, the branch of BCCI, organized a special screening of the film ‘Ghoomar’. Let us tell you that DCCI is a branch of BCCI which organizes tournaments for Divyang cricketers. As soon as DCCI got the news that the film ‘Ghoomar’ is one such film which can prove to be an inspiring viewing experience, they contacted the film’s producers and actress Saiyami Kher and expressed their desire for a special screening of the film.

Talking about this special occasion, Saiyami Kher says, “I am extremely honored that the DCCI and the BCCI have given us this opportunity to showcase the film to the people who matter. During the screening of the film, I felt thrilled to see the enthusiasm of the players. I am truly touched by the positive impact ‘Ghoomar’ has had on these exceptional athletes. Her dedication is truly inspiring, and I am grateful to be a part of a film that reflects her situation. Their stories are part of what we wanted to show in the film.

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