Land broke by the death of shooter Dadi Chandro Tomar
The second wave of coronavirus is continuously catching people. Now Chandra Tomar, the famous shooting grandmother of Baghpat, died of coronavirus and said goodbye to the world. The demise of grandmother has also triggered a wave of mourning in Bollywood. Especially, the actress Bhoomi Pednekar, who plays Chandro Tomar in the eye of the biopic Bull, has broken this news. Chandro Tomar was admitted to Meerut Medical College after Corona reported positive, where he breathed his eyes.
Bhumi shared many of her pictures with Chandro Dadi on Instagram and wrote- Chandro Dadi. I am deeply saddened by the news of Chandro Tomar aka shooter Dadi Chandro. Really it seems that a part of me is gone. A part of the family was gone. He has lived a fabulous life and influenced many lives.
Questioned patriarchy and broke every link of age. Her legacy will live on in all the girls who saw her as an ideal. I am lucky that he got the opportunity to play on screen. In the process, I learned a lot from her about life and being a woman. It started to look as if it was me. He lived life with courage, kindness, humility, and a smile. Great pistol shooter and teacher. Intense speaker. Will miss you very much. My condolences to his family and well-wishers.
At the same time, actress Taapsee Pannu, who plays Prakash Tomar in this film, shared a photo with Dadi Chandro Tomar and wrote – You will always be an inspiration. Among the girls whom you have hoped to live, you will always be alive. May my sweetest rockstar God bless you.
Bull’s Eye was released in 2019. It was directed by Tushar Hiranandani. The film featured the journey of Dadi Chandro Tomar and Prakash Tomar to become champion shooters. Both created many records in the world of shooting, challenging many social barriers, and became an inspiration for millions of girls and women.
Prakash Jha and Vineet Kumar Singh also played important roles in the film. The film was co-produced by Anurag Kashyap. Dadi Chandro Tomar was very active on Twitter and kept tweeting in her own special way.