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Sudha Murty applauds Vivek Agnihotri’s “The Vaccine War” as “Heart-Touching”

Sudha Murty went on to elaborate on how “The Vaccine War” vividly portrays the diligent efforts undertaken to develop the COVID-19 vaccine in India. She noted that the film effectively communicates the selfless commitment of the scientists who dedicated extensive time and energy to safeguard the health and happiness of the Indian population in a democratic society.

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New Delhi: In anticipation of the upcoming release of Vivek Agnihotri’s “The Vaccine War,” a film delving into the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, renowned author and philanthropist Sudha Murty attended a special screening of the movie. Subsequently, she shared her heartfelt review of the film, commending its portrayal of the remarkable efforts made by female scientists in the quest for a COVID-19 vaccine.

During her reflections on the film, Sudha Murty acknowledged the intricate roles women often play, balancing motherhood, marriage, and careers. She emphasized the significance of a strong support system, acknowledging that behind the success of many women lies the understanding and support of the men in their lives.

“It is not easy for a woman to pursue her career with children. She requires good family support. I always say, ‘Behind every successful woman, there is an understanding man, otherwise she cannot do it,’” she added, as quoted by Indian Express.

Sudha Murty went on to elaborate on how “The Vaccine War” vividly portrays the diligent efforts undertaken to develop the COVID-19 vaccine in India. She noted that the film effectively communicates the selfless commitment of the scientists who dedicated extensive time and energy to safeguard the health and happiness of the Indian population in a democratic society.

“Common man won’t understand what is Covaxin and what is… but this movie clearly shows the effort. It is not just work; it is selfless work that all these scientists did. They spent maximum time in this period so that we all can live in a democratic India, happily and healthily. That’s a very important message,” she emphasized.

Moreover, Sudha Murty encouraged Indians to realize their vast potential and not hesitate to showcase it to the world. She emphasized that the film conveys the message that true wealth lies in one’s confidence. In her closing remarks, she urged all Indians to unleash their potential, advocating for hard work, ethics, and pride in their Indian identity.

“The Vaccine War” features a stellar cast, including Nana Patekar, Anupam Kher, Sapthami Gowda, and Pallavi Joshi in prominent roles. Produced by Pallavi Joshi and I Am Buddha, the film is set to hit theaters in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu on September 28th, promising to be an insightful and thought-provoking exploration of India’s battle against the pandemic.

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