Mubarakan Poster Is Out And Promises A Double Dose Of Madness And Fun!

Anil Kapoor Arjun Kapoor

Real life chacha and bhatija Anil Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor are collaborating for the first time in Mubarakan, and we cannot wait to see them together on screen.

The crazy off-screen duo promise to bring a double dose of fun and madness on 70mm with their upcoming film Mubarakan.

After months of waiting, the makers have finally released the first poster of the film. Anees Bazmee’s directorial venture will see Arjun Kapoor in a double role for the second time after Aurangzeb. It will be interesting to see what Arjun will deliver in the comic genre as he is a very fun personality.

Sharing the poster, Anil Kapoor wrote on Twitter,
“Don’t go by our innocent faces! The Chacha – Bhatija(s) are up to no good! Wait for #28thJuly to know the full story! @arjunk26 #Mubarakan”

Arjun, who essays a double role in the film ,earlier said in an interview with TOI, “Mubarakan is a very special film. It’s actually a two hero film done by the same actor. The first character is Sikh and the other one is a man who cuts his hair. They both are brothers and are together all the time in the film. That is a very unique way to present a double role.”

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Arjun took to Twitter to share the first poster and wrote,
“When @AnilKapoor & me combine there’s bound to be double the madness double the fun !!! It’s time to celebrate, its time for #Mubarakan !!!(sic)”

Arjun is playing the twin brothers Charan and Karan, Anil Kapoor’s onscreen nephews. in this Anees Bazmee film. Ileana D’Cruz and Athiya Shetty will also be seen in the film. Bazmee has made multiple films with Arjun’s uncle Anil Kapoor, such as No Entry, Welcome and Welcome Back. This time around, Bazmee has roped in both Arjun and Anil for this upbeat comedy.
The film has been shot in London and Chandigarh. And going by the poster, it looks like a light comedy caper.

Mubarakan is slated for a release on July 28,2017.

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