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Kaagaz is an upcoming Indian biographical drama film written and directed by Satish Kaushik and produced by Salman Khan and Nishant Kaushik.
Kaagaz Movie: Release date
Pankaj Tripathi’s film ‘Kaagaz’ will be released on January 7 on the OTT platform. Initially, the film was to be released in May but due to Coronavirus, theaters were closed and shooting was banned. The film is now being released online.
The film stars Pankaj Tripathi and Monal Gajjar with Amar Upadhyay who plays the main antagonist.
- Pankaj Tripathi as Lal Bihari
- Monal Gajjar
- Amar Upadhyay as Vidhayak Jaganpal Singh
- Sandeepa Dhar in an item number.
It depicts the struggle of Lal Bihari, a farmer who is declared dead on Government records.
The plot of the film is based on the life and struggle of Lal Bihari, a farmer from a small village in Uttar Pradesh, India, who was declared dead on official papers.
Kaagaz Movie: Trailer review
The trailer of the film has been shared by Salman Khan, Satish Kaushik, and Pankaj Tripathi on their Twitter handle. Let me tell you that the story of this film is based on a true incident.
In the trailer of the film ‘Kaagaz’, you will see that Pankaj Tripathi’s character ‘Bharat Lal Deceased’ plays the band in the wedding ceremonies which is dead in government records.
Now he is wandering and trying to somehow make a living man in government records. The film is based on the life of Bharat Lal alias Lal Bihari of Azamgarh. The film will show how much a living person has to struggle to prove himself alive on paper.
In a virtual press conference on the occasion of the trailer launch of the film, Pankaj Tripathi said, “I was immediately ready as soon as Satish Kaushik told me the story.
I told them that I am all set for this film, you just tell me when I have to come. As an actor, you are always in search of those scripts that you feel that I have to do this and I felt there after listening to the story of the Kaagaz. I did yes before I changed my mind.