The makers of ‘Pagalpanti’ created a large amount of curiosity among the masses with the release of their character poster teaser with a statutory warning before. The statutory warning which said, “Dimaag mat lagana kyun ki inmein hain nahin” was rightly justified with the unveil of character posters which were definitely a no brainer with the right dash of sense of humour.
The film’s starcast which comprises of the multi starrers Anil Kapoor, Pulkit Samrat, Arshad Warsi, John Abraham, Saurabh Shukla, Kriti Kharbanda, Urvashi Rautela and Ileana D’Cruz in the lead roles as well as the film’s crew took to their Instagram handles and revealed their character posters which have got the fans very much intrigued.
Anil Kapoor will be playing the role of Wifi Bhai,who seems to be an influential guy who has a large network of people due to his power. Pulkit Samrat will be playing the role of Chandu who gets brozoned by all his dates because of him making the situation awkward all the time for his dates. Arshad will be playing the role of a squint guy who can never find his ‘chain’. John Abraham will be playing the role of Raj Kishore, a short tempered guy who is very sweet at heart.
Saurabh Shukla will be playing the role of Raja Sahab. Kriti Kharbanda will be playing the role of Janvi. Ileana D’Cruz will be playing the role of Sanjana whose life ends up being a disaster who falls in love with the most unlucky guy. Whereas Urvashi Rautela will be playing the role of Kavya who seems to be a very bold girl Kavya who is seemingly a nightmare for men.
The film seems to be a sheer entertainer, as the makers of ‘Pagalpanti’ have brought a versatile starcast on board. The comedy film which is directed by Anees Bazmi, co produced by T – Series and Panorama Studios will release in theatres on 22nd November, 2019.
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