Naseeruddin Shah and Randeep Hooda, who'll soon be seen in upcoming film John Day, will once again share screen space in Veena Bakshi's The Coffin Maker.
The Coffin Maker is said to be a life changing film, which is set against the authentic and seductive spirit of a Goan village. The film's plot will revolve around a reluctant coffin maker, who learns about life from a very unusual and mysterious source.
Shah and Hooda will play the lead roles in the film and reportedly, the story of the film will be a constant battle of wits between the two protagonists in a mental game that transports the inspirational film to a very different level. Ratna Pathak Shah will play Nasseruddin's Catholic wife Isabella in the flick.
The producer of the film Bharat Vijan says, “I am just so overwhelmed to have Nasser saab in my debut film, as a producer in Bollywood and such a brilliant cast of Randeep, Ratna, Benjamin Gilani, Amit Sial, Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal. The Coffin Maker is captivating and elevating cinema with the beauty of hope, love and the human spirit set against the Goan background. It is a part of entertaining cinema that inspires, and I genuinely hope that all Indians will watch it and get inspired. It will make Indian cinema proud in the world stage. Even the music of Bapi-Tutul and songs by Hema Sardesai captures the essence and the sunshine spirit of Goa. The Coffin Maker represents the blueprint of dealing with life in an entertaining way. Watch it!”