Yadvi –Story of dignified princess of Patiala

Yadvi –Story of dignified princess of PatialaProducers of the film, Yadvi – The Dignified Princess, have announced that the film will screen for a week in Beverly Hills, CA and Manhattan, NY. Directed by New York Based Actress Jyoti Singh with a script based on a real life story/Screenplay by Gauri Singh, the film will screen at the Music Hall Theater, Beverly Hills, CA May 25 to May 31 and at the Cinema Village, Manhattan, NY, June 1 to June 7.

Jyoti Singh’s Independent Drama is a true story of a princess from Patiala, from Punjab India, named Yadvi, who is caught in the moral and societal dilemmas that existed in the period right before and after Indian independence, the film is particularly special because it is a tale told from an interesting source – the granddaughters of Princess Yadvi herself (director Jyoti Singh and writer Gauri Singh, Assistant, Ketki Puri).

Yadvi is the tale of the beloved daughter of the Maharaja of Patiala, a very famous Maharaja of India, first to own an airplane in India and for many other important contributions to the history of India. This role is played by Bollywood actor, Chandrachur Singh; his son debut’s as a child artist and Chandrachur Singh himself sings one of the songs of the film, “Rangreeza.”

At a young age, Yadvi is betrothed to marry a Rajput prince from Maihar, Madya Pradesh, India to strengthen the political relationship between her kingdom and that of the prince with the caveat and she would only move after a certain age. Certain unexpected circumstances force Yadvi (Jyoti Singh) to move to Maihar earlier than anticipated, and she faces unexpected challenges when she meets Prince of Maihar (Rahul Godara). Yadvi decides that, no matter what circumstance, she will maintain her status and dignity and accept her fate. Will Yadvi be accepted and be able to do justice to this and many more trying situations? Will the prince love her? How will she overcome the social dilemmas of both the time and what is expected of her? The film answers these questions and much more.

The film also stars Vibhu Raghav, Nikkitasha Marwaha, Reshaa Sabharwal, Kuvam Handa, Yadvi Handa, Aishwarya Singh, Bernadine Linus, Mariane Borgo (French actress), Dina Rosenmeir (Actress from Denmark), & Minnie Pandit. The film is produced under the banner of RVP Productions, executive producer, Sumeet Verma.

It is rare to see an independent film made so well. Yadvi is an incredibly captivating film! From the stunning imagery, to amazing soundtrack, its entire production is a true work of art – but the characters are what really makes the film. Charming and authentic, you cannot help but become enthralled in the story of these individuals, especially knowing that what you are seeing was their true experience. The intimate nature of this film makes it one of a kind.

India Post News Service

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