It took 6 months to get unreleased footages of Mt Everest expedition 2014: Rahul Bose
By Isha Sharma
New Delhi [India], Mar. 22 (ANI): Claiming that his directorial venture 'Poorna: Courage Has No Limit' contains unreleased footage from the Mt Everest expedition 2014, actor-turned-director Rahul Bose revealed that it took him six months to convince the people, who shot the video, that it would be used in right manner, with respect to mountains.
'Poorna' is the biopic of Poorna Malavath, the youngest girl to climb Mt Everest,who hails from Telengana.
While talking to ANI on the same, the 49-year-old said, "It was not easy. We had to convince the people, who ran the expedition. It took us six months to make them believe that we are the right kind of filmmakers with right kind of integrity and right kind of respect for the mountains and that's how they gave the footage."
Describing the most memorable moment about the film, Rahul said, "When Poorna came to watch the trailer of the film, one month ago in my office, she could not believe that it was 'POORNA', her name on the screen and busted out clapping."
The actor stated that the movie has got everything to woo the audience, from sports to social issues . "It's a win win win," he added.
The film takes the audience from the young girl's small hut in Telengana to Bhongir Fort outside Hyderabad, to Darjeeling and Sikkim, to Nepal, and then to the top of Everest.
The film, starring Aditi Inamdar as Malavath Poorna and Rahul as Dr. R. S. Praveen Kumar, the cop who inspired Poorna to scale Mount Everest, is all set to hit the theaters on March 31. (ANI)