Taapsee Pannu, Anurag Kashyap request people to boycott their film ‘Dobaaraa’

Ekta Kapoor and Anurag Kashyap’s new-age thriller ‘Dobaaraa’ has been in the news for a long time for its unique story. This film shows about the world of time travel. On watching the trailer of this film, you will find that the story of this film is full of suspense along with thriller. This movie can be quite unique in itself, but in the meantime the film’s actress and director have themselves demanded to boycott the film. You will be surprised to know that Taapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap want people to boycott their film ‘Dobaara’.

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The film ‘Dobaaraa’, directed by Anurag Kashyap, is ready for release, meanwhile this demand of the director of the film has left fans quite surprised. Anurag said in an interview, “I am feeling left out. Even I want ki meri film boycott karo…please make our film trend on Twitter by boycotting.” Agreeing to this, Taapsee Pannu said, “Yes, Please everyone boycott our film Dobaaraa. Agar Aamir Khan aur Akshay Kumar boycott ho sakte hain (If actors like Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar are getting boycotted) then I also want to be in that league. What is this?”

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There is a lot of mystery and thriller in this film of Taapsee. Anurag Kashyap is directing ‘Dobaaraa’ and Ekta Kapoor is producing it. The story of this film revolves around Taapsee who gets a chance to save the life of a 12-year-old boy. Let us tell you that this film is a Hindi remake of Spanish film ‘Miraj’. With this, the mystery of the film’s title DoBaaraa has also been solved, which is actually 2 and 12.

For information, let us tell you that apart from Taapsee, Sunil Khetarpal and Pavel Gulati are also in ‘Dobaara’. The actress has worked with both of them before. Taapsee has worked with Sunir Khetripal in ‘Badla’ and Pavail Gulati in ‘Thappad’. This film of Taapsee and Anurag has also received a lot of appreciation in other film festivals including Birmingham Film Festival, London Indian Film Festival.

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