“Initially I wished to make 'Satyameva Jayate' into a web-series, but when two of my director friends heard the story concept they were adamant that I should make it into a movie instead. Thankfully with buddy Rohit Dhawan's help, I got star-hero John Abraham to hear the narration following which he came on board as the macho action-hero,” smiles affable writer-director Milap Milan Zaveri, who is confident that once 'Satyameva...' is declared a box-office hit, he will be able to finally shed his stubborn tag of an 'adult sex-comedy-movies director'.
Meanwhile the tall, svelte, 'star-material' lead heroine of the movie, Aisha Sharma is ecstatic about her on-screen sizzling chemistry with debonair co-star hero John.
“Check us out in this latest sensuous song 'Tere Jaisa Mujhko Banaa De' and you will know what I mean. In the movie I play a vivacious veterinary doctor, but I have a well-defined power-packed role of a social crusader. Besides the shades of rugged patriotism and high-octane action in the cop versus the vigilante scenes, there is also a strong feminist and emotional undercurrent as well. It's a hard-hitting movie that is anti-corruption and anti-violence against women. In fact, Milap has been insisting that ladies would exit after watching the movie, with tears in their eyes,” enthuses articulate, outspoken model Aisha who always “wanted to face the movie-camera,” despite being a qualified engineer.
Curiously enough, oomph-oozing Aisha is a self-confessed “die-hard loyal fan of the charismatic Shah Rukh Khan” and secretly hops that SRK checks out her stunning performance in 'Satyameva Jayate'.