Indian-origin woman director Dr Ranu Sinha's film, Doctor By Heart, is going to be premiered in California on August 5. After the premiere in America, the Doctor By Heart will be released in India as well. It would be Dr Ranu Sinha’s second film after Arrange To Love. The film follows a man, Romesh Japra, based out of a small town in Punjab, who is a renowned heart specialist in The United States of America.
Born in a simple family in Punjab, Dr Romesh is known for his successful medical career in United States and also, he becomes a household name because of the Festival of Globe (FoG). He inaugurated Festival of Globe 25 years ago and this year, this event would be celebrating its silver jubilee. The festival, which aims at uniting the Indians living in America, is gaining momentum with its new achievements. Dr. Romesh aspires to bring the countless Indians in America under one umbrella through cultural, political and economical progress.
“I am happy that this year Dr Ranu Sinha has made my life a part of her next film. I hope that my story of struggle will enlighten the young generation,” said Dr Romesh Japra.
According to Dr Ranu Sinha, Doctor By Heart, extending to lengths of 1 hour 10 minutes, is a biopic based on the life of Dr Romesha Japra. The film puts the strong determination and principles of Dr Romesh, to the front. Just like her previous venture, Dr Ranu has involved new talents in her upcoming film. She believes that the young talent from India and other countries, living in United States should also get an opportunity to prove themselves.
Dr Ritu Maheshwari, who is associated with the film’s direction and also, Festival of Globe, says that the entire star cast of the film has done exceptionally well in the movie and have cooperated well to make this dream a reality. Altogether, everyone did the justice to their parts in the film. Sitting a thousand miles away from their nation, they have contributed to their country in the best way possible.