Mumbai: After Election Commission had stalled the release of all political biopics, ‘My name is RaGa’ director Rupesh Paul has come out with another controversial movie titled ‘THE GREAT INDIAN CASINO’.
The flick is already stirring controversy as it is based on the impacts of PM Narendra Modi’s Demonetisation policy which took place on November 8, 2016.
The story revolves around four crooks who uses Indian ‘jugad’ to tackle the ‘notebandi’. Besides, it is also dedicated to the ‘unknown number of people who died and five million people who lost job’ after demonetisation.
Interestingly, the crime drama will see Rajesh Sharma, Asif Basra, Pankaj Beri and Deepraj Rana playing the Mumbai based gangsters. The film also stars Amisha Patel as the female lead.
The teaser of the film was launched veteran actor Dharmendra in New Delhi on Friday.
“The movie is a mix genre of political and neo noir. It tells a very realistic story of how some smart citizens who took ‘demonetisation’ as a boon when another one billion people had suffered it ” says producer Chanderkant Sharma of the Cinemirchi Productions.
The film also features Govind Namdev, Yateen Karyekar, Sanjay Gandhi, Anant Jog, Scarlett Mellish Wilson, Heena Panchal and Nisha Rasaily in pivotal role....