A Bihar-based filmmaker has made a full-length feature film on the development of Prime Minister Narendra Modi agenda for the nation and his vision.
The movie is expected to hit theatres in a couple of months.
Jha, who emphasised it is "not a biopic", plans a mega-premier for which he is making attempts to get Modi to do the honours.
Modi and Mumbai businessman -lookalike Vikas Mahante is essaying the job of Modi.
Television celebrities Chandramani M. and Zeba A. will play the other significant parts in the medium budget movie.
Jha said that Zeba gets washed away in a gigantic flood in Bihar, but the girl is later rescued by an NGO and sent to the USA for studies.
"In the United States, she learns of Modiji's vision, his work and dreams for transforming the country into a developed state. She is inspired to go back to her homeland, as the narrative moves ahead," Jha told IANS.
He added the film had been commonly shot on locales in Darbhanga, Patna and Mumbai, detailing the fire of Modi for making all urban and rural centres as 'Smart Villages' or 'Smart Cities'.
Mahante said he enacts the function of Modi as the Prime Minister in the movie and discussions about his initiatives in several directions since he came to power.
He's frequently besieged by folks and tourists wanting to click selfies with him, but he just says: "I am a large fan of Modi and love the Swachha Bharat Abhiyan."
"Modi Ka Gaon" will have music direction by Manojanand Choudhary with seven songs, as well as the all-India release will begin from Uttar Pradesh, said Jha.
The movie is co-directed by Tushar A. Goel.