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Dhokha – Round D Corner’s casting coup impresses audiences

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‘Dhokha – Round D Corner’, a film by Kookie Gulati is a gripping tale filled with unexpected twists and turns and has been the talk of the town since its teaser was launched in a grand event in Mumbai. With an ensemble cast comprising of R. Madhavan, Darshan Kumaar, Khushalii Kumar and Aparshakti Khurana, the movie will release in theatres on 23rd September. The spectacular casting of the film has piqued the interest of the audiences and is expected to bring magic on the big screen and with reason! The star cast has delivered super hit films in the past and along with Kookie Gulati’s expertise, the film will surely perform well at the box office.

R. Madhavan’s directorial debut ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ (2022) has received ample critical acclaim for its extraordinary story telling, direction and acting while Darshan Kumaar’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ (2022) had taken over the box office and enabled Darshan prove his mettle as an actor. His performance and his dedication to perfect his craft was widely spoken about and appreciated. Roping in the multifaceted Khushalli Kumar is one of the surprising elements of the movie that the fans are looking forward to as the audiences have already appreciated her screen presence in her previous projects and have been eagerly waiting for her Bollywood debut. Aparshakti has also been remarkable and for this role he has stepped out of his comfort essaying a negative character.

On pulling off this super casting coup, director Kookie Gulatie shared, “The cast is completely magical and all these four powerful actors coming together in their own way is what will make the film more interesting and filled with twists and turns. R Madhavan’s intense acting, Khushalii’s beautiful aura, Aparshakti’s powerful dialogue delivery and Darshan’s smart personality, all of this is what we looked at prior to the casting of the film and undoubtedly coming together of these powerful actors has made the film much more interesting.”

Impressed by the dedication of cast lead actor, R. Madhvan further added, “The best part is that in this film, I had to do my job as good I could and everybody out there was prepared and on time. We you got to the set and you never have to wait for an actor. That’s a great sign that everybody is making the same film.”

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