Rajkummar Rao sells a pen to Leonardo DiCaprio, fans hail him for his marketing skills. Watch
Rajkummar Rao, who plays a businessman in his upcoming film Made In China, shared a hilarious video showing how he managed to sell a pen to Leonardo DiCaprio.Updated: Oct 14, 2019 08:20 IST
Rajkummar Rao, who will be seen as a Gujarati businessman in the upcoming flick Made in China has shown his exceptionally unique marketing strategy today. In a post shared by Rao on Instagram, the actor can be seen selling off a pen to none other than Hollywood star, Leonardo DiCaprio.
In the post, Rajkummar gave a funnier twist to Leonardo’s final scene from his movie The Wolf of Wall Street. “When Raghu Bhai met Leo Bhai. #MadeInChina,” the Stree star captioned the post. The video starts off with the clip of the flick where Hollywood star asks a man to sell him off a pen.
Rajkummar’s fans were impressed by his marketing skills and hailed him for his “natural acting.” A fan wrote, “Epic Raghu bhai ne Le Leo.” Another commented, “hilarious no one else can even think about it hats off man. Diehard fan of yours.”
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Adding a twist in the iconic scene, Rajkummar enters with the same motive, further proving that no one can sell the pen to Leonardo DiCaprio better than him. “Leo Bhai Kem Cho! Arre Leo Bhai this pen is your story but the refill is the hero. So sell hero,” he says in the video in order to convince the 44-year-old Hollywood star. The video ends with Hollywood star clapping on the skills of the businessman, a sign of him being convinced.
Apart from Rao, the movie ‘Made In China’ also starring Mouni Roy. The film is a quirky comedy based on the life of a struggling Gujarati businessman, Raghu (Rajkummar), who embarks on a journey to China in order to make his business flourish.
The film has been helmed by National Award-winner Mikhil Musale, who won the best director for his 2016 drama-thriller Wrong Side Raju. Dinesh Vijan is producing the flick. Made in China, originally scheduled to hit the big screens on August 15, will now be releasing on Diwali this year.
(With HT inputs)
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