Actor Arjun Kapoor and filmmaker Rajkumar Gupta’s first ever collaboration, India’s Most Wanted, is all set to release this Friday but the makers had hosted a special screening for B-town friends and family, who are raving about the film.
Bollywood celebrities such as Anil Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Abhishek Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu are praising the film on social media.
Veteran actor Anil Kapoor wrote, “Just watched #IndiasMostWanted and I am so proud of you @arjunk26 for doing full justice to the story! Good film & a very good performance! Congratulations to the whole team! @rajkumar_rkg @foxstarhindi @raapchik_films @saregamaglobal #IMW”
Actor Anupam Kher also praised the film. He shared, “Just watched #IndiasMostWanted. Loved the film based on true events. Everybody is excellent. Happy that theatre actors are getting such meaty roles. And @arjunk26 is the star performer. He is restrained, held back and greatly affective”
Actor Abhishek Bachchan also complimented the film. He wrote, “Really enjoyed watching #IndiasMostWanted. Taut, edge-of-your-seat and very engaging. Just as a thriller should be. @arjunk26 you were simmering. So nice to see films being made on our unsung heroes too. Well done Rajkumar and the entire cast and crew. Good luck at the movies”
Finally, actress Taapsee Pannu tweeted, “True stories are always so heartening to watch Good luck @rajkumar_rkg sir, @arjunk26 and the entire team of #IndiasMostWanted for a successful release ahead!”
Arjun Kapoor starrer upcoming next ‘India’s Most Wanted’ is inspired from true events. In the trailer of the film which was recently launched, the actor can be seen essaying the role of an intelligence officer.
The film is written and helmed by Rajkumar, it chronicles the journey of Prabhat Kapoor’s (played by Arjun Kapoor) life of action adventure. It is inspired from the arrest of proscribed organisation Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorist Abdul Subhan Qureshi, also referred to as India’s Osama Bin Laden, in January 2018 by Delhi Police.
The film is all set to hit the screens on May 24.
By News Helpline