Sidharth Malhotra, on Wednesday, declared his new film Mission Majnu, which will likewise star Telugu actress Rashmika Mandanna in the lead role, denoting her debut in Bollywood. Sidharth will play the role of a RAW agent in the movie, coordinated by Shantanu Bagchi and co-produced by Ronnie Screwvala, Amar Butala and Garima Mehta.
Reporting their film, Sidharth Malhotra and Rashmika Mandanna likewise shared the first look poster of Mission Majnu. Set during the 1970s and “inspired by real events,” the film follows the narrative of India’s “deadliest covert operation undertaken by its intelligence agency behind enemy lines” for example in Pakistan. Going for Mission Majnu will begin in February.
Declaring her debut in the Hindi film, Rashmika Mandanna tweeted: “Well guys, here’s news for you! I’m super glad and excited to be a part of this! Here’s to a new journey!”
In an articulation, the actress, who is known for her presentation in movies like Sarileru Neekevvaru and Yajamana, stated: “I am super excited to start my journey in Hindi cinema and to reach out to newer audiences. I am grateful to the makers for offering me Mission Majnu which is written beautifully,” detailed news organization PTI.
Maker Ronnie Screwvala said that Mission Majnu is an endeavor to showcase the “sacrifices and efforts” of uncelebrated yet truly great individuals of the nation. “There are thousands of heroes who work behind the scenes to safeguard the interest of our country from other terror units and rogue nations. Their work often goes unnoticed and Mission Majnu is an attempt to bring their sacrifices and efforts to the forefront,” he was quoted as saying by PTI.
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