Rishi Kapoor, Taapsee Panu and ‘MULK’ Cast in Delhi to Promote the Film!

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New Delhi: Veteran Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor and Talented Actress Taapsee Panu upcoming venture ‘Mulk‘ is a hard-hitting narrative. Mulk is a courtroom drama about restoring the honour of a Muslim family accused of treason.

On Monday, The Director Anubhav Sinha and Cast of the movie, Rishi Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu, Prateik Babbar, Neena Gupta, Rajat Kapoor, Kumud Mishra, Prachee Shah Paandya and Ashrut Jain
were in Delhi for the promotions of their upcoming courtroom drama.

The trailer of Mulk released received various comments and reactions on the trailer as the movie is based on the true events and shows how a terror blast changes a family life.


Speaking about the Criticism and Trolls, Director Anubhav Sinha said,

“In 80 per cent of the feedback, both the communities Hindus and Muslims are happy with the trailer and they are looking forward to the film. The fact is that a trailer is a glimpse.That is not the whole movie. That is like a half of the story shown in 2 minutes from a 2-hour films. So instead of calling me pro-Muslim or anti-Hindu, I think it is wise to find out the whole story from the film. ”

The Gorgeous Taapsee Panu, talking about her Chracter’s Inspiration said,

“On celluloid, Bachchan sir’s character in Pink, his portrayal of a stern and convincing lawyer was the best point of reference for me. I observed Big B’s sternness closely and tried to imbibe the legendary actor’s mannerisms. Since I have worked with him in the film, I have learned how he executed the role. Sir’s sternness is something I observed closely.”

Talking about being responsible in society she said,

“If somebody has to stand up to address the issue, then I would love to take the responsibility,” “Doing this movie was a way of venting out how disturbed I felt because of how Muslims are treated.”

Veteran Actor, Rishi kapoor Clarifying the Soul Purpose of the film said,

“Mulk is a very nice film. It is not doing what you think it is doing. It is not about your masters. Hindus or Muslims. It is about you and it is about me and mostly it is about us. Please do write back the real nasty ones, but do go watch the film. You will still like it, because I know, a bit of you is still alive inside you.”

The film is set to hit the screens on August 3, 2018

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