Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan arrives at a mall in Thane to promote his upcoming film 'Madaari'. All pics/Yogen Shah
Irrfan Khan gives a thumbs-up to the crowd
Irrfan Khan enthralled the audience by singing the song 'Dama Dama Dam' from his upcoming film 'Madaari' at the mall
At the event, Irrfan Khan said that southern megastar Rajinikanth's film 'Kabali' has stolen the poster of his film 'Madaari' but said it was no big deal and urged fans to go for both films
Present at a mall in Thane for the promotion of his film 'Madaari', Irrfan, when asked about the similarity between the films' posters, said: "Even I didn't know that. We are small filmmakers, I saw that Rajinikanthji's film stole the poster of our film. You see his film's poster and see our film's poster. No big deal about it. Watch his film and watch our film, too."
Both the posters see the faces of the lead actors, Irrfan Khan and Rajinikanth, with numerous buildings and skyscrapers standing horizontally on their faces
Though the 'Madaari' poster is mentioned as its official poster, loyal fans of Rajinikanth have clarified, on a website talking about the comparison, that the 'Kabali' poster in question is a fan-made one and not the official poster
About 'Madaari', Irrfan also said: "The film is a thriller, the film is talking about you. It is talking about 150 crore people, that there is a hero in every person and when that person wakes up then no one can face that person."
About the experience of working with director Nishikant Kamat, he said: "It felt very good. Nishinkant Kamat had made a film 'Drishyam', before that he made 'Force' and before that he had made 'Mumbai Meri Jaan', and we had worked together on that film. We got the opportunity to work again in this film. The film is a solid thriller, you will enjoy it. There is a message in it. People will take their message on their own."
'Madaari' releases on July 15
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Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan crooned to the madness of song 'Dama Dama Dam' from his upcoming film 'Madaari' at a mall in Thane. Take a look at photos from the event...