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Not glorifying crime in ‘Main Aur Charles’, says Prawaal Raman

Filmmaker Prawaal Raman, who is looking forward to the release of "Main Aur Charles", says he is not glorifying crime in his film, which is inspired by notorious criminal Charles Sobhraj.

Randeep Hooda, Main Aur Charles, Main Aur Charles trailer, Charles Sobhraj, Richa Chadha, PRawaal Raman, Randeep Hooda Main Aur Charles, filmmaker Prawaal Raman, Entertainment news “I have written it because I did not want to glorify crime but it’s a case study,” filmmaker Prawaal Raman said.

Filmmaker Prawaal Raman, who is looking forward to the release of “Main Aur Charles”, says he is not glorifying crime in his film, which is inspired by notorious criminal Charles Sobhraj.

“I have written it because I did not want to glorify crime but it’s a case study and a character like Charles of course is inspired from a lot of true incidents but a character like this is very enigmatic,” the “Darna Mana Hai” helmer said.

“I have seen these kind of glorified criminals… they need to be understood and portrayed in the correct fashion,” he said.

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Actor Adil Hussain will be seen playing the role of a cop — Amod Kanth in “Main Aur Charles”, while Randeep Hooda portrays Sobhraj.

“I play Amod Kanth, who was the master mind behind his conviction, because he came to know about his (Charles) intention behind breaking out of the jail,” he said.

“Then he takes it almost personally that this man cannot be in the society and run around freely. So that kind of honesty and integrity is what this character has and so that’s why I wanted to play this role,” he added.

Also starring Richa Chadha and Tisca Chopra, the film is slated to hit the screens on October 30.

First published on: 23-09-2015 at 09:59:47 pm
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