A discovery at age 11, when out of 2000 children Ritvik was selected to play the lead in FERRARI KI SAWAARI (2012). Since then, there has been no looking back for him. His last film DANGAL (2016) alongside Indian Super Star Aamir Khan got him into the public eye as a teenager. He recently did the British TV Series THE GOOD KARMA HOSPITAL (2017) and is in the title role on the AMAZON (India) Prime series LAAKHON MEIN EK (2017) and the Youtube Series FLAMES (2018).

An institute spanning over 60 years of experience on Mumbai stage. The Veteran Thespian has acted and directed in over 150 plays in English and Gujarati and has performed in more than 50 countries. He was the first to introduce special disco lighting in India in the 70’s. Remember the songs “AAP JAISA KOI” with the sizzling Zeenat Aman in Qurbani and “BACHNA AEH HASEENO” with Rishi Kapoor in Hum Kisise Kum Nahin ?  Today, at 87 years old, Sam continues his passion for theatre and can be called the rare diamond in the rock.

Daisee has been teaching elocution and dramatics in several schools and conducts theater workshops for children. She is a close associate of Sam Kerawalla and performs in English and Gujarati plays on Mumbai stage.

Anjoo is former Television Producer I Director and a film professor at Xavier's Institute of Communications, Mumbai. She started her career with the TV series APNE AAP (1986) and went onto to directing video films for PLUS CHANNEL in the early 90's. Her first home production MERE GHAR AANA ZINDAGI (1997) ran for five years on Zee TV. This is her first acting assignment since her modelling days in the early 70's.

Sunny Pawar - The kid that stole millions of hearts all over the world with his charming performance, as the young Saroo Brierley in Garth Davis's LION (2016) with Dev Patel, Rooney Mara, David Wenham, and Nicole Kidman.​ He recently did Tabrez Noorani's LOVE SONIA (2018) and the NETFLIX (India) Original Series SACRED GAMES (2018).


as Rajan Sehgal (Father)


as Namrata Sehgal (Mother)


as Baby Anand

Additional Cast (Voices)

CAROL EVANS ALTER - Vice Chancellor

PRINCE SHAH - Pedestrian


RAHOUL DASWANI - Cricket Commentator

RITVIK SAHORE as Anand Sehgal

SAM KERAWALLA as Samuel Madon

DAISEE BOGA as Meenu Madon (Studio Receptionist)

ANJOO DASWANI as Mrs. Sehgal (Granny)

SUNNY PAWAR as Chotu (Tea Stall Boy)