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Will Smith, Noomi Rapace, Joel Edgerton promote Netflix’s Bright in Mumbai. Check out pics from red carpet

Stars of Netflix’s upcoming fantasy film, Bright were in Mumbai for the premiere of their film on Monday. Check out pics of Will Smith, Noomi Rapace and more.

hollywood Updated: Dec 19, 2017 12:55 IST
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Will Smith at the premiere of Bright in Mumbai on Monday.

The cast of Netflix movie Bright, which includes Will Smith, Noomi Rapace and Joel Edgerton, are in Mumbai and the fans were in for a treat as the Hollywood star attempted an Indian dance move on the stage while promoting his movie.

At the event, Smith shared his thoughts about working in Bright, where he plays an African-American cop, who is a racist.

Talking about the movie, director David Ayer said, “The best moment of the movie for me is always finishing the movie. We work at nights. I love to shoot in the night and the rain.”

American Hollywood actor and producer Will Smith and Noomi Rapace attend the premiere of his cop thriller movie Bright in Mumbai on December 18. (AFP)
Joel Edgerton, Will Smith, Noomi Rapace and director David Ayer at the special screening of film Bright in Mumbai. (IANS)

Meanwhile, Smith shared that, “The movie has beautiful ideas about racism and how we treat each other. In this film, the elves in the film are top of society, so they represent those who have and the Orcs represent those who do not have. And the humans are in the middle of this fantasy world. I play an African-American cop, who is a racist against Orcs.”

Will Smith at the special screening of film Bright in Mumbai on December 18. (IANS)

The Collateral Beauty star added, “So, the film is an interesting exploration about how we treat each other. What we love about science-fiction is that you get to go in this fantasy world but you are dealing with real things. Because it is a fantasy world, you find it easier to digest it all than when we are talking about actual social issues.”

Stars at the Mumbai premiere of the movie.

Noomi believes that you can watch the movie over and over again because it has many layers.

At the end of the event, Rannvijay, who was hosting the event with Bani J, requested Will Smith and others to show an Indian dance move, in turn Smith asked the host to teach them a step.

Smith beatboxed and then joined his Bright team in trying a step of Bhangra, a Punjabi folk dance form.

The movie will hit the streaming service on December 22.

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First Published: Dec 19, 2017 12:00 IST