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Tigmanshu Dhulia: ‘Bullett Raja’ didn’t work, but ‘Revolver Rani’ will

The one thing common in Tigmanshu's last directorial release 'Bullett Raja' and 'Revolver Rani' is guns.

By: Press Trust of India | Mumbai |
April 11, 2014 1:32:27 pm
'Revolver Rani' is a satire. ‘Revolver Rani’ is a satire.

After a tepid response to his last movie ‘Bullett Raja’, filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia is confident that his upcoming comedy-drama ‘Revolver Rani’ will do well at the box-office.

Featuring Kangana Ranaut and Vir Das in leading roles and directed by debutant Sai Kabir, the film is a satire and unusual love story set against the backdrop of politics.

“I have seen ‘Revolver Rani’ three to four times during editing… I found something new in it everytime which I think is a sign of a classic (film). It is a B-grade entertainment and I am sure everybody will like it,” Tigmanshu, who is the producer of the film, said at a promotional event of the film here last night.

“It is an unpredictable film and one can’t predict what’s going to happen next,” he said.

The one thing common in Tigmanshu’s last directorial release ‘Bullett Raja’ and ‘Revolver Rani’ is guns.

Insisting that both the films are different, Tigmanshu says though ‘Bullett Raja’ did not work, this film will be liked by the audience.

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