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Abhishek Bachchan praises Arjun Kapoor’s ‘India’s Most Wanted’
Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor is going through a rough patch in terms of his career in Bollywood. The ‘Gunday‘ actor wears his heart on the sleeve and gives everything for his projects. Now, the 33-year-old actor is awaiting his next release ‘India’s Most Wanted’ and would be hoping that the film changes his luck. Arjun’s last release ‘Namaste England’ did quite badly at the box-office.
Arjun Kapoor recently hosted a special screening of the movie which was attended by many big stars of Bollywood and soon, social media was filled with reviews of the film along with praise for the actor. Arjun’s father Boney Kapoor gave the film five stars, calling it unique and realistic.
Now, Abhishek Bachchan has also praised ‘India’s Most Wanted’. The ‘Yuva’ actor took to his Twitter account and 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.”
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.
‘India’s Most Wanted’ is an intense drama and a team led by Arjun Kapoor is trying to catch India’s Osama. The film is being directed by Raj Kumar Gupta and will be releasing on May 24.
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At a certain juncture in life, we all come to realize something very important – not all heroes come in costumes. Some come with courage as their only armour. The courage to put the country before themselves…before their personal lives and dreams. They come with the selfless pursuit of rising beyond the ordinary to protect their nation – their only home. They come with the gumption to guard what is theirs. They are satisfied being one in many, in not being heralded as the saviours, in disappearing into the milieu of everyday life so that they can go back to doing their jobs of protecting us. Because nothing is bigger to them than the pride they take in walking to work every day, knowing that this might be their last day alive. Knowing that no one will ever know about them. Knowing that they are the uncelebrated, the undiscussed, the unsung heroes. They are the ones who have served our country undeterred by failure and death, the ones we owe many historic moments of national pride to. They are the ones who have chosen to stay unknown. I salute you – and I am humbled to play one of you. This is a tribute to your relentless spirit. I hope to one day find it within me, even for a moment, to be as selfless as all of you. Catch a glimpse of what I experienced in #IndiasMostWanted. Trailer out on 2nd May. @rajkumargupta08 @foxstarhindi @raapchik_films @saregama_official #IMW
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