The name of India’s new Indian film – Saiyan – is synonymous with an upbeat and positive message.
The film, which has been in production since August, is a modern take on the old Hindi title of Mahatma Gandhi’s epic poem, Mahatmasayasaiyan, which translates to “My life is the life of a Mahatman”, or “My Life is a Song”.
The film stars Priyanka Chopra and Rajkumar Hirani as the titular characters, who are all sisters and all sisters are sisters.
The film was directed by Kishan Kumar Mishra, who previously directed a couple of Bollywood films.
Director Mishra said the film’s message is not just about the sisters.
“I’m not really into this type of movie.
It is a very upbeat, hopeful and uplifting message,” Mishra told Axios.
“It is about how life is in India and how there are a lot of opportunities to be born.”
The film follows two sisters in the southern city of Bengaluru.
The story follows them as they grow up and find themselves in different parts of India and the world.
It stars Priya, a former student of Hindi literature and theatre, and Rajka, a teacher and social activist.
The sisters, who live in a sprawling, sprawling village in central India, are separated by a river, which divides them.
The sisters find themselves fighting against the forces of the village headman, who is also their village head.
The fight is the main focus of the film.
The plot centers on the sisters who find themselves at odds over their own dreams and what it means to be a woman in India.
The brothers and sisters are all friends and have bonded over their shared experiences of living in different places and times.
Their story also plays out in the film and in the narrative, where the brothers are the main characters and the sisters are the secondary characters.
While the sisters do not have much time to make friends and explore their world, their friendship grows stronger and more powerful as they experience the beauty and love of India, Mishra explained.
“As the sisters grow up, they have to decide if they want to be independent, if they are going to make their own paths and pursue their dreams, or if they will continue to live a life of poverty and hardship,” he said.
While there is no word yet on the production timeline for the film, Mishras said it will be released this month.
He added that the movie is expected to open at least in cities in India that are not far from Bengaluru and is expected be released in theatres in 2017.