Rajkumar Hirani, hailed as Bollywood’s master storyteller, has some of the most watched and endearing films to his credit such as ‘3 Idiots’ and ‘Munna Bhai’. This Christmas, he is all set to treat audiences to another charming gem, full of heart and humour, with Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Dunki’.
The film, which hopes to bring back the sweetness and nostalgia of cinema, dropped its first glimpse this week.
It takes the audience into the wonderful world of Raju Hirani, it’s a heart-warming tale of four friends and their quest to reach foreign shores. The film charts the arduous yet life-changing journey they are about to undertake to make their dreams come true. Drawn from real-life experiences, ‘Dunki’ is a saga of love and friendship that brings together these wildly disparate stories and provides hilarious and heart-breaking answers.
The Yash Raj Films (YRF) cinematic drop is a roller-coaster with colourful characters portrayed by an exceptionally talented ensemble cast that is led by SRK and includes Taapsee Pannu, Boman Irani, Vicky Kaushal, Vikram Kochhar and Anil Grover.
Nelson D'Souza, Vice President of International Distribution at YRF, said: "In an extraordinary milestone within the same calendar year, YRF International celebrates the triumphant achievements of King Khan with back-to-back blockbuster releases of 'Pathaan' and 'Jawan' and even more exciting times await with 'Dunki' releasing on December 21st!
“We are thrilled to collaborate with Red Chillies Entertainment once again and eagerly anticipate the immense excitement and thrill 'Dunki' will bring to audiences worldwide, who are in for loads of joyful Christmas cheer this festive season!"
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A Jio Studios, Red Chillies Entertainment and Rajkumar Hirani Films presentation, ‘Dunki’ is produced by Hirani and Gauri Khan and written by Abhijat Joshi, Rajkumar Hirani and Kanika Dhillon.
It is set for release on December 21 as Bollywood’s big Christmas holidays offering, coming close on the heels of Shah Rukh Khan’s mega box-office hit ‘Jawan’.