Surat (Gujarat) [India], September 14: The Bhagwan Mahavir University’s (BMU) campus was electrified with excitement as the lead star cast of the Gujarati comedy film “Hu ane Tu” graced the university with their presence.
The film, directed by Manan Sagar and written by Vinod K Sarvaiya, stars the talented Siddharth Randeria, Sonali Lele Desai, Parikshit Tamaliya, and Puja Joshi.
The event, organised by BMU, proved to be a major attraction, drawing an immense crowd of eager students who eagerly anticipated the chance to engage with their beloved stars. The university extended a warm welcome to the star cast, creating an atmosphere brimming with excitement and resounding applause.
Bhagwan Mahavir University, known for its excellence in pedagogy and outstanding placement records, takes immense pride in providing top-quality education and grooming its students to become future leaders in various fields, including the big entertainment industry.
“Hu ane Tu” is a heartwarming story of love and laughter with a very interesting plot in which the father and son prepare for a double wedding. The way they navigate a roller-coaster of challenges, misunderstandings, twists, and trials, exploring the intersections of tradition and modernity, will surely entertain the audience.
The star cast’s visit to BMU was not just an entertainment event but an inspirational session for the students. The actors share their experiences in the film industry and encourage young minds to chase their dreams with determination.
Siddharth Randeria commented, “BMU is an exceptional institution. The academic excellence and nurturing pedagogy here are truly commendable.”
In addition to the insightful interaction, the visit featured fun-filled moments, creating lasting memories for students. The event left an indelible mark on the attendees, providing them with a unique opportunity to connect with their favourite actors.
As the event concluded on a high note, Bhagwan Mahavir University extended its heartfelt gratitude to the “Hu ane Tu” team for their visit, emphasising the importance of nurturing creative talent among students and fostering such enriching experiences.