With Shraddhanjali, his directorial debut, Anil Sharma proved that he could make you moist-eyed. With Hukumat, he proved that he could pull off a vendetta fare with gusto. With Gadar, he proved he could handle a love story with two neighboring countries as the backdrop with remarkable ease.
Apne, his new endeavor, is all about familial bonding. In a way, the storyteller goes back to his roots in his new outing -- emotions.
Apne casts a father [Dharmendra] and his two real-life sons [Sunny, Bobby] in roles that suit their personalities. Besides, the backdrop of boxing makes the conflict in the story look convincing.