The film features child actors Aarti and Goraksha along with Boman Irani, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Divya Dutta and Govind Namdev, and is directed by Brahmanand Siingh.
The story of the film revolves around a nine-year-old girl named Jhalki who is in search for her brother who is kidnapped and exploited by child trafficking.
The poster of the film was released at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, followed by screening at various film festival including New York Indian Film Festival, the Boston International Film Festival and the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival.
Sanjay believes that keeping the business of the film aside, if it starts a conversation on the topic, the makers will achieve their goal.
"Since we have weaved the story with songs and references to folklore, the film is not dark at all, although the reality is. So, more than earning money and winning awards, our success would be in starting a conversation and creating awareness among the next generation," said the actor.
"Jhalki" is slated to release on November 14.
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