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I am entering an uncharted territory with 'India’s Most Wanted': Arjun Kapoor


New Delhi, Actor Arjun Kapoor who will be seen playing the role of an intelligence officer in Raj Kumar Gupta next directorial 'India’s Most Wanted', said the movie is extremely unique and he is entering an uncharted territory with this genre. Fox Star Studios and Raj Kumar Gupta have collaborated for the thriller. 'Raj Sir was the first director to call me after the release of my first film 'Ishaqzaade'. Ever since then we have been wanting and waiting to collaborate. 'India’s Most Wanted' is a film about real people and real incidents. Raj sir has his hand firm on the pulse of this genre,' Arjun said. 'As an actor, I feel 'India’s Most Wanted' is something that is extremely unique as a film.It's a special and important story that needs to be told. Personally, I am entering an uncharted territory with this genre. I am nervous and excited working on such an evocative and impactful film that every Indian needs to watch,' Arjun said. Speaking on the film, Raj Kumar Gupta said,'India’s Most Wanted is a film very close to my heart. It's a script that I have been researching and writing for the past three years and I am eager to tell a story that needs to be told. I am glad to be working with the talented, sincere and hardworking Arjun Kapoor on this film and I am also looking forward to my first collaboration with Fox Star Studios as the producing partner on this film.' Rucha Pathak, Chief Creative Officer, Fox Star Studios, said,'At Fox Star Studios, we are excited when we spot a special script. When Raj Kumar first narrated the story to us, we knew we had found that special story. Our excitement doubled when Arjun Kapoor agreed to be a part of this wonderful project. This is the story of our unknown everyday heroes that we want to bring to the big screen and there is no better person than Raj Kumar to direct this film.' 'India’s Most Wanted' is slated for release on May 24, 2019.

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