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Irrfan Khan wishes to interview Modi, Kejriwal and Gandhi to study the real ‘system’

Irrfan Khan has not chosen the stereotypical methods to promote his upcoming film Madaari.

Written by Samarpita Das | New Delhi |
Updated: July 22, 2016 5:30:37 pm
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Irrfan Khan has not chosen the stereotypical methods to promote his upcoming film Madaari. Recently, the actor was seen tweeting to the Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and Indian National Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, requesting an interview with them.

Desh ka ek aam nagrik hoon. Aap se kuch sawaal pochnay the. Can I meet you @PMOIndia ?

— Irrfan Madaari (@irrfan_k) July 16, 2016

Out of all the three political personalities, only Arvind Kejriwal agreed to meet on Tuesday with the actor.

Recently Irrfan Khan was also in news for interviewing Lalu Prasad Yadav.

“In the film Madaari Irrfan Khan plays a man who is fighting for his family. However, even in reality the actor is interested in understanding how the whole ‘system’ actually works and analyse the particular problems we citizens face and what are the steps these people take, so that is why the actor is personally meeting the politicians to widen his knowledge about the complete system,” a source close to the actor told The Indian Express.
Madaari will hit the theatre on July 22, 2016.

Watch: Exclusive Interview With Irrfan Khan On Madaari, His Bollywood Journey & More

Watch here: Irrfan Khan’s humorous interview with Shri Lalu Prasad Yadav 

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