• Erica Blackburn

The Elevator premiere had many celebrities that came out and showed Eric Roberts support

On November 17th, celebrities and stars from all walks of life came out in droves to show their support for “The Elevator" film premiere starring Eric Roberts, Eugenia Kuzmina, Matt Rife, Avery Ilardi Avery Morris and others in New York City. Celebrities In Attendance are as Follow: Eric Roberts, Eugenia Kuzmina, Matt Rife, Avery Ilardi Avery Morris, Mukesh Modi, Amanda Orso, John OPasquale, Wnsy Kaplan, April Rose, Howard Bloom, Anthony Liotta, Mickey Burns, Lisa Rapp, Olivia Boucher, and more.


Produced by Mukesh Modi, Roman Juniper, a husband and father of three is forced to go work on the Saturday of his daughter’s birthday. He plans to return home in time for his daughter’s birthday party before things take a sharp turn of events. His wife and kids are setting up the decorations and food at the house and start to wonder where Roman is since it’s well past his clock out time.


A man matching Roman’s description has been reported as a victim in a life-threatening accident and the Juniper family is extremely distraught and thinks that it could very well be him. They all quickly drive off to the hospital to find out where and what has happened to their loving Roman.


The Film "The Elevator" received three awards : Best Film, Best Actor & Best Director, this dramatic family film is gaining major acclaim and is available to view on Amazon.


Modi’s passion is to give back, globally, through film and service. Prior to “The Elevator,” he also directed and wrote the documentary called “THE VISION” to inspire a sense of community. Helping students to unfold their immeasurable capabilities will bring benefits for generations to come, in making dreams come true. Modi has been giving back with the gift of sight by providing free medical care to those with glaucoma and other ailments. Each year for the last nine years, he sponsored a free medical camp and cataract surgery in India (Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan). He flies there and meets the beneficiary patients personally. He also donates garments to charity in the USA and other countries.


The next step in his journey is to open a school and provide children with free education. Helping students to unfold their immeasurable capabilities will bring benefits for generations to come, in making dreams come true.


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