Arjun Kapoor Shares Brand New Poster of ‘India’s Most Wanted’

India’s Most Wanted is a movie whose story is taken from real life events. It is about 5 men who saved the lives of billions of people by hunting down a terrorist. The makers of the movie have named the terrorist ‘India’s Osama’. Arjun Kapoor unveiled a new poster of his upcoming thriller yesterday, immediately after releasing its motion poster.

Arjun used his Twitter account to share the film’s poster and captioned,

“Driven by courage, determined to succeed. Witness the capture of India’s Osama by a team of 5 unlikely heroes, only in cinemas from 24th May. #IndiasMostWanted”

Here’s the poster:

This poster showcases 33-year-old Arjun Kapoor with 4 other characters, with all of them gazing into a distance area, seeming to examine something. This movie is a Rajkumar Gupta directorial, who has co-produced it with his life partner Myra Karn and Fox Star Studios. The movie’s star cast includes Rajesh Sharma, Prashanth, Alexander and Shantilal Mukherjee besides Arjun Kapoor. The film will hit the screens on 24th May.

On the work front, he is currently shooting for his ‘Panipat‘ with Kriti Sanon as the female lead. And he will also appear in ‘Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar’ with Parineeti Chopra as the female lead. And on the personal front, he has been in news lately a lot for rumors surrounding his wedding date with Malaika Arora, to which the couple denied saying that nothing such has been planned in the upcoming future as both are busy with their work-related commitments. But on the other hand, both haven’t denied any such thing not expected to happen as both their social media and public appearances have made it clear that they are very much into each other and they might tie the knot soon.

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Gaurav Gupta

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