Sai Dharam Tej, the Supreme Hero, has consistently shown his dedication to society. His philanthropic efforts stem from a strong belief in the responsibility of social welfare as a fundamental human duty. Known for his numerous successful box office hits, Tej has always been a leading force in contributing to causes he deeply believes in. A portion of his earnings has been devoted to charitable activities, including the establishment of an old age home in Vijayawada, an act that has won him admiration. Renowned for his impactful films like ‘Republic,’ he has also extended his support by adopting 100 children from a school in a Telangana village.
Tej’s profound respect for women has been prominently evident in his cinematic works. Amidst his busy schedule of starring in recent films such as ‘Virupaksha’ and ‘BRO,’ the talented actor has taken on the responsibility of leading a patriotic and socially relevant short film that celebrates the magnificence of women. Tej’s speeches consistently reflect his veneration for womanhood, and his commitment to the well-being and empowerment of women is deeply rooted. Despite his commitments, he embarked on the project ‘Soul Of Satya.’
Recently released, this short film aims to convey the indispensable role of women in the survival of humanity. Under the direction of Naveen Vijay Krishna, son of veteran actor VK Naresh, the film is co-starring ‘Colors’ Swathi and produced by Harshith and Hanshitha of Dil Raju Productions. On Independence Day, Ram Charan unveiled the musical short and extended his appreciation to the team.
Conceptually, the short film pays tribute to the brave soldiers who selflessly lay down their lives for the nation at the borders. This noble journey leaves behind their mothers, wives, and sisters. In ‘Soul Of Satya,’ Sai Dharam Tej assumes the role of a soldier, showcasing the profound love he holds for both his wife and his country. The film artfully portrays the emotional bond between the married couple, displaying warmth and nuance.
The emotional resonance of the short film extends to Sai Dharam Tej’s depiction of a soldier who is equally devoted to his wife and his nation. Dedicated to the women who have played an integral role in shaping the character of our soldiers and warriors, this feel-good emotional song carries a profound message. Singer Shruti Ranjani skillfully lends her voice to the tune she has composed, and she is also the lyricist of the piece.
‘Soul Of Satya’ stands as a tribute to the strength and significance of women, championed by Sai Dharam Tej’s profound respect for womanhood and his commitment to meaningful storytelling.