Dhaakad Poster: Kangana Ranaut, who was soaked in blood with a sword in her hand, announced the release date of the film.
This is an action film in which Kangana Ranaut will be seen in a different avatar. Today the first poster of the film has been released and the makers have also announced the release date.
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut will be seen once again on the big screen. This is an action thriller film in which Kangana Ranaut will be seen in a different avatar. Today the poster of the film has been released and the makers have also announced the release date.
The film will be released in theaters on October 1. Theaters across the country were closed during the lockdown. Now slowly films are being released in theaters.
In the poster released today, Kangana Ranaut has a sword in her hand, and blood is seen everywhere. The makers claimed that such an action thriller film will take Indian cinema to a different level.
Kangana Ranaut will play the role of a detective in it. Kangana took it some time back and said, "Dhakad is an action film and it is a very big film. For us, it is like going in a genre that is not there in Hindi films yet. I am playing a detective in the film. "
A teaser was also released a few days ago in which the blood-soaked Kangana moves with a heavy machine gun in his hand and after stopping at one place, the bullets are seen raining.
The film will be directed by renowned advertising filmmaker Rajneesh 'Raji' Ghai. Sohail Maklai Productions and Agilem Films will jointly produce the film. Raji has written the story of the action thriller film with Chintan Gandhi and Rineesh Ravindra. Ritesh Shah has written the screenplay of the film.
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