Actor Irrfan Khan says his upcoming socio-political drama 'Madaari' is extremely special for him and he wants to promote the film in every part of the country.
The 49-year-old "Piku" star is set for a Pune visit to promote "Madaari".
"'Madaari' is very special film. The subject of the film is very intriguing and it is a story I want to take to every nook and corner of India. I am looking forward to visiting Pune," Irrfan said in a statement.
The movie, helmed by "Drishyam" director Nishikant Kamat, also stars Jimmy Shergill and marks actor Neil Nitin Mukesh's debut as a producer.
It will arrive in theatres on July 15.
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