“Sach Is Life” based on a true story around a family’s experience with muscular dystrophy

Kirti Kulhari. PHOTO: Courtesy Red Bison Productions
Jim Sarbh. PHOTO: Courtesy Red Bison Productions

Red Bison Productions, a NJ-based production house, announced their upcoming film SACH IS LIFE at a press event hosted at Goa Restaurant in New York City recently.

The film draws inspiration from a true story about a mother and her 3-year-old son who suffers from multiple dystrophy.

This project entailed over two years of extensive research and has resulted in an original story centered around a family who relocated from Kashmir to the United States to save their son, fighting a daily battle with death and uncertainty, a press release from publicists said.

Production team for “Sach Is Life” poses for a photo. PHOTO: Courtesy Red Bison Productions

Sach is Life is produced by Rahul Bhat & Romila Saraf Bhat and written and directed by Harsh Mahadeshwar. It begins filming around April 2024 and will be shot in Kashmir, New Delhi, New Orleans, New Jersey, and New York.

“Sach Is Life” stars 2023 Emmy Nominated Jim Sarbh (recognized for his work in Rocket Boys, also known for his roles in Made in Heaven and Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway,). It also features Kirti Kulhari (known for her lead roles in Four More Shots, URI, Pink, and Criminal Justice,).

“We proudly introduce “Sach is Life,” a film based on extraordinary true events. This is more than just a film, it’s a tribute to the invincible human spirit and the infinite potential that resides within each one of us. We are thrilled to collaborate with immensely talented actors Kirti Kulhari and Emmy-nominated Jim Sarbh to bring this heartwarming story to life,” the team bringing the story to the screen is quoted saying in the press release. They include Romila Saraf Bhat, Rahul Bhat (Producers – Red Bison Productions, Princeton, New Jersey) and – Harsh Mahadeshwar (Writer & Director, Houston, Texas)

“I’m extremely excited to collaborate with a crew from the US and to work in an environment that’s different from how it’s done in India. I’ll do my best to make it a film that we all are going to be proud of,” said Kirti Kulhari, who will play the role of the mother.  “Sach is Life” also marks Kirti’s international debut.

Calling “Sach is Life” an “incredibly uplifting” story, actor Jim Sarbh said, “I am excited to be a part of this extremely heartwarming and inspirational story of resilience, dedication, and belief. Nothing moves me quite like a story of a family coming together to help one of their own achieve their dreams.”

Red Bison Productions  says its mission is to bring global true-life stories to worldwide audiences, and that it has a “strong and enduring dedication to the South Asian Diaspora.




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