Jackky Bhagnani who is all set to present a quirky character in Nitin Kakkar’s upcoming directorial ‘Mitron’, displays an unusual connection with the Prime Minister of India.
Though the makers of ‘Mitron’ have made it clear that the film has no connection with the Prime Minister of India, the name of the film created waves as Mitron has now become synonymous with the respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as he uses the term to refer to the masses.
Earlier, Jackky Bhagnani essayed the role of the Prime Minister of India in Youngistaan which won the actor critical acclaim from all quarters.
With the title Mitron, Jackky’s upcoming film yet again draws parallels to the PMO India, stating his Prime Minister connect.
Explaining the significance of the film, Nitin Kakkar had said, “Our film is about friendship and is set in Gujarat, so the costumes, sets, dialogues are led by the backdrop, similarly friends in Gujarati are called mitra or mitron, so the title.”
Director Nitin Kakkar had earlier clarified saying, “It has nothing to do with Narendra Modi, we completely love and respect the chair he holds and have no intentions to get cheap publicity whatsoever. He does use it (word) often but then he is from Gujarat too”.
The hilarious trailer has tickled the funny bones of the audience piquing the interests of the audience. The first song ‘This Party Is Over Now’ further stirred the excitement of the audience with the Yo Yo Honey Singh track taking over the internet in no time. ‘Sawarne Lage’ and the recently released ‘Chalte Chalte’ have further added to the excitement.
The recent song ‘Kamariya’ has been creating waves across quarters spreading like a wildfire.
Starring Jackky Bhagnani, Kritika Kamra, Pratik Gandhi, Shivam Parekh, and Neeraj Sood, Mitron promises to be a hilarious roller coaster ride.
Mitron, Nitin Kakkar’s next directorial after the critically acclaimed ‘Filmistan’, is slated to release on September 14th, 2018. Mitron is produced by Abundantia Entertainment.
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