Rajkummar Rao Reveals Another Motion Poster Of ‘Made In China’ and It’s Sure To Tickle Your Funny Bone!

Rajkummar Rao Reveals Another Motion Poster Of ‘Made In China’ and It’s Sure To Tickle Your Funny Bone!

Rajkummar has now posted another picture on his Instagram handle to keep the hype alive and excite the audiences for the trailer releasing on September 18.
Rajkummar Rao Reveals Another Motion Poster Of ‘Made In China’ and It’s Sure To Tickle Your Funny Bone!
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Still flying high following the release of his film Judgementall Hai Kya, Rajkummar Rao will next be seen in Made in China. The makers of the entertainment thriller released the motion poster of the film two days ago and it was posted by Rajkummar and his co-star Mouni Roy on their Instagram handles. Directed by Gujarati filmmaker Mikhil Musale, the film has been shot in China, Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The poster opened up with Rajkummar, dressed up as a middle-class working man in a brown suit as he falls into a glass jar marked ‘Made In China’. He soon jumps out of the jar and drops into a bowl with the same tag.

Mouni, along with Boman Irani, Paresh Rawal and Gajraj Rao join him in the soup bowl. The video promises that the trailer will be out in a week. To keep the hype alive, Rajkummar has now posted another picture on his Instagram handle. He captioned it, “Khulegi bottle aur bahar niklega jugaad ka raaz! #MadeInChinaTrailer out on September 18. 5 Days To Go!#IndiaKaJugaad.”  The trailer has everyone gripped with excitement as it releases next week!

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It sees Rajkummar at the centre of the frame in the same brown suit, with all his co-stars striking different poses. Mouni Roy also shared the poster. She wrote, "Twitter Iss Diwali, #IndiaKaJugaad hoga Soup-er Hit! #MadeInChina Trailerout in 1 week #FirstLook." The film is being touted as one of the most anticipated releases on Diwali this year. Talking about the film, producer Dinesh Vijan had earlier said, “The story of a struggling but ambitious businessman is so relatable and Raj and Mouni have distinct looks that are true to the film’s fabric. The shoot is going well even though we were filming in Ahmedabad’s Old City over the weekend. The gallis are so narrow that cars can’t pass through. The actors had to be ferried to the location, Lakshmi Narayan Pol, quietly in autorickshaws because after Stree, Raj is quite the rage here.”

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