Bollywood veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah who will be seen playing the lead role in “Irada,” shared his opinion regarding social issues.
“To raise a question is the focus of any form of art. The film is about how the drinkable water has become poisonous in Punjab. The film is a medium which raises serious issues in an entertaining way. We have tried to do that,” Naseeruddin said.
“Half of the films which I’ve worked with were with first-time directors and I never felt any disappointment. However, I regret some of the films which I did with some veterans.”
When asked about working with the new directors, the actor said;
“They have a fire in their belly. They want to prove themselves in their work. There are many directors whose first films were their best work.”
‘Irada’, directed by debutante Aparna Singh, features Naseeruddin as an ex-Army man who seeks revenge for his deceased daughter, while Arshad Warsi plays an officer.