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Saqib Saleem bears a lean fit body a mark of machismo and attempting a character of Kathak dancer was completely off beat for him. Though it was very challenging for him but the actor took it in his own stride and put together a genuine effort to learn the art by a professional Kathak guru and actress Ishita Sharma. The actor showed immense grace learning the art that can put many actors to shame. This story is about a father who is a Kathak dancer and how his son is embarrassed of his father's art. The plot explores how they build their relation over a period of time and overcome their personal apprehensions and start a new friendship.
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The film will be released by Terribly Tiny Talkies on the special occasion of Fathers Day and is directed by Neeraj Udhwani who has previously worked with Saqib for Mere Dad Ki Maruti. When asked Saqib, he said, “I know Neeraj for a while now as he wrote Mere Dad ki Maruti and we meet often to discuss ideas. He shared the idea of Aamad with me and asked me what I thought.When I read it I instantly fell in love with the story and I told him that he shouldn't look for anyone else as I want to do it. It's such a simple yet complex film as it speaks about the unsaid thin gs in a father son relationship.”