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Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Raagdesh to release on July 28

The period drama, Raagdesh is all set for a theatrical release on July 28. Directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia, it features Kunal Kapoor, Amit Sadh and Mohit Marwah. It captures the euphoria of INA, its travails and struggles and brings on the cinema screens an untold story of the Indian freedom struggle.

bollywood Updated: May 27, 2017 10:16 IST
Tigmanshu Dhulia
Tigmanshu Dhulia is directing Raagdesh, a period drama.

Filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia has announced the release date for his upcoming movie Raagdesh featuring Kunal Kapoor, Amit Sadh and Mohit Marwah in the lead roles.

The film based on the famous Indian National Army (INA) trials in Second World War era, is slated to release on July 28.

Kunal Kapoor on the sets of Raagdesh.

The movie is produced by Rajya Sabha TV (RSTV) and is one of the most anticipated films this year. 

UFO Moviez, India’s largest digital cinema distribution network and in-cinema advertising platform, has partnered with RSTV to handle the movie’s promotional activities through its In-Cinema Promotion capabilities. UFO Moviez will be also be handling PAN India distribution of Raag Desh in this strategic partnership and manage its media promotions.

Raag Desh is a cinematic representation of the glorious but forgotten chapter of India’s contemporary history. It is a story of Indian National Army (INA) of Subhash Chandra Bose. It captures the euphoria of INA, its travails and struggles and brings on the cinema screens an untold story of the Indian freedom struggle.

Raag Desh is the story of three leading officers of the INA namely Colonel Prem Sehgal, Colonel Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon, and Major General Shah Nawaz Khan, who were captured and imprisoned at the Lal Quila (Red Fort).

The film is gripping account of their trial by the British government which is famously known as The Red Fort Trials — the trials that finally established that the British would have to quit India.

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