No Means No (Nie Means Nie), a captivating Indo-Polish romantic thriller, is set to grace the screens on 22 March 2024 after facing delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Directed by Vikash Verma and produced by G7 Films Poland, this film transcends borders by being shot simultaneously in three languages: English, Hindi, and Polish.
The storyline revolves around Raj (played by Dhruv Verma), an Indian ski champion, who finds himself entangled in a love story during a ski championship in Poland. As the plot unfolds, the film promises a riveting narrative that spans cultural boundaries.
The cast is a blend of talent from both nations, featuring notable names such as Gulshan Grover, Sharad Kapoor, Anna Guzik, and others. The multicultural flavor is mirrored in the characters and the languages they seamlessly speak throughout the film.
Originally slated for release on 22 March 2021, the movie experienced setbacks but has overcome challenges to finally hit the screens in 2024. The anticipation is fueled not only by the thrilling storyline but also by the Indo-Polish collaboration that marks a significant step in strengthening bilateral relations through the cinematic medium.
The music, composed by Hariharan and his son Akshay Hariharan, adds an enchanting layer to the film. Singers like Karan Hariharan and Shreya Ghoshal contribute their melodious voices, enhancing the overall cinematic experience.
With 165 minutes of runtime, “No Means No” promises a cinematic journey that transcends linguistic and cultural barriers. As it unfolds its tale of love, competition, and cultural exchange, the film becomes a symbol of the collaborative spirit between India and Poland in the world of cinema.