Bal Naren's release date pushed to November 11, coinciding with National Education Day
"It's a film specially made to educate children, hence we are releasing it on Children's Day week," says producer Deepak Mukut
Pawan Nagpal's film Bal Naren will now release on November 11 coinciding with National Education Day and the start of Children's Day week. Inspired by the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, the film tells the story of Naren, a young boy who loses his father to dengue and gets motivated to make positive changes in his village through a cleanliness drive. The film also touches upon the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in India.
Sharing the reason behind changing the release date, producer Deepak Mukut states, "We have pushed the date to 11th November because it's a film specially made to educate children, the future of our nation. We want to release it on the occasion of Children's Day week. Hence, we are releasing it on the occasion of National Education Day.
"It's not just a film it's a mission to inspire every kid for the betterment of the nation. Hence, we have pushed the date of release towards this special occasion," he adds. Helmed by director Pawan Nagpal, Bal Naren features Yagya Bhasin, Bidita Bag, Rajniesh Duggall, Govind Namdev, Vindu Dara Singh and Lokesh Mittal.