‘Kabuliwala‘ The best trailer has been released. Besides, its release date has also been revealed. Mithun Chakraborty is winning hearts in the role of Rabindranath Tagore’s iconic character Rahmat.
In a short while, Mithun Chakraborty will appear in the movie “Kabuliwala.” is anticipated in. Rahmat is portrayed by Mithun in the movie. Rehmat’s story, set in the bustling urban landscape of Kolkata in 1965, revolves around an Afghan man’s love for a little girl named Mini, portrayed by talented child artiste Anumegha Kahli. The film crosses geographical boundaries and cultural divides and explores the universal themes of love that knows no boundaries. The much awaited trailer of the film has been released, which is getting immense love from the people.
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‘Kabuliwala’ Abir Chatterjee and Sohini Sarkar play Mini’s parents and add to the story with their captivating performances. Director Suman Ghosh adapts Rabindranath Tagore’s classic ‘Kabuliwala’ Bringing it back to the silver screen. At the same time, all the characters in its trailer have been successful in winning people’s hearts with their brilliant acting. Also, the enthusiasm of the fans for the film has increased further.
The actor expressed his happiness
‘Kabuliwala’ The end of the trailer reveals that it starring Mithun Chakraborty will be released on the occasion of Christmas. Mithun Chakraborty shared, ‘Playing the role of Rahmat in Kabuliwala, I find myself wandering in the timeless corridors of Tagore’s tale. It’s not just a role, it’s a deep connection with a story that transcends eras, reminding us that love is a language understood by the heart, regardless of time or boundaries.’ also read: IPL 2024 Mini Auction
Comment from director Suman Ghosh
Regarding the film, director Suman Ghosh said, ‘Remaking Kabuliwala is a creative journey full of passion and nostalgia. It’s an honor to once again delve into the nuances of Tagore’s work, especially with the great Mithun Chakraborty. This is what we want to weave with Kabuliwala. It creates magic on the screen, capturing the hearts of the audience as Tagore did with his timeless story.’