Aalaap movie: Pre review, release date, story
Peepli Live famous character 'Nattha' will be seen back in the silver screen in an upcoming movie "Aalaap". Actor Raghubeer Yadav and Onkardas Manikpuri will team up again in this musical movie after Peepli Live. They play brother-in-laws in Shri Shankaracharya Arts' Aalaap, directed by Manish Manikpuri.
"We saw their chemistry earlier. We needed two noted artistes to play close relative to our male protagonist Rahul. I personally think they suit the best. It was an unanimous decision to include them in the starcast,' says producer Nishant Tripathi.
You will see Raghubeer Yadav playing a rickshaw puller and is the father of protagonist Rahul played by Amit Purohit. Onkardas Manikpuri is Rahul's maternal uncle. "It?s a character-driven film. They are shown poor but idealistic in the movie,? adds Abhishek Mishra. Though as a father of Rahul, Raghubeer Yadav is poor but is lovable to his son who helps his son in his journey of life.
"There is no better choice than him to play the role of hero?s father. Above all, Onkardas Manikpuri hails from Chhattisgarh. So, he was the easy and obvious choice for us," avers director Manish Manikpuri.
Aalaap is all set to release onthis Friday, July 27. The movie lovers are expecting an interesting movie again to hit the marquee. Interestingly, Murali Sharma essays potrays a very challenging role in the movie while Abhimanyu Singh excels in the role of a fearless cop who takes on the challenging task of combating naxalism.
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