The latest released movie ‘Maa’ drove the audience to an all-new vision of what extent a mother can move for the sake of her children and celebrated this Mother’s Day weekend. With a successful release, the makers held the screening of the film inviting the residents of the Prabh Aasra Foundation to witness the beauty of the mother as portrayed in the film. ‘Prabh Aasra’ is a home for helpless mentally/physically disabled, orphans, and unclaimed missing destitute.
On an emotional note, Producer Gippy Grewal says, “Today, I am very emotional after seeing the residents so touched because in Prabh Aasra there must be many such survivors who have probably never even seen their mother. In our movie, we have shown Apna Ghar but in a true sense, Prabh Aasra is the real ‘Apna Ghar’.” Prabh Aasra’s manager, Rajinder Kaur expressed her gratitude, saying, “it is unexpressible what this film has made us all feel, the word ‘maa’ means the world to every child, and that is what Gippy Grewal has done in this movie.
I can see our kids blown away after watching this film. Like this film, I wish that there should be more ‘Apna Ghar’ that can give shelter to the needy and spread love.”The makers of Ardaas and Ardaas Karaan, Humble Motion Pictures in association with Omjee Star Studios presented this film, produced by Ravneet Kaur Grewal and Gippy Grewal; co-produced by Bhana L. A and Vinod Aswal. The movie was expressively directed by Baljit Singh Deo and written by Rana Ranbir. Every character in the film was justifiably played by Rana Ranbir, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Babbal Rai, Aarushi Sharma, Raghveer Boli, Smeep Singh, and Vadda Grewal.