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Omerta: Rajkummar Rao’s film hints at a terror angle, see pic

Hansal Mehta released another still of Rajkummar Rao from Omerta. This look is a long way off from the mafia code of silence we initially saw the film as.

Written by A. Kameshwari | New Delhi |
November 10, 2016 5:23:11 pm
Omerta, hansal mehta, rajkumar rao Omerta marks fourth project of Rajkummar Rao and Hansal Mehta.

Hansal Mehta’s directorial Omerta starring Rajkummar Rao has come out and it appears that this actor-director duo has again rustled up something extremely exciting. After releasing a picture of Rajkummar Rao dressed in a suit earlier, this new look reveals a different aspect of his personality.

The actor can be seen offering namaaz in the picture but what grabs our attention is the wall behind him. From the date ‘9/11’ and the to-do task of ‘Kidnapping an American,’ it all points to terrorism being a part of the film.

The Aligarh director took to Twitter to release the look. He wrote, “Produced by Swiss Entertainment & Karma Features, #Omerta has @RajkummarRao playing yet another real life character.” Talking about the journey of Omerta, Hansal wrote, “On location #Omerta. This has been a grueling but gratifying journey. It is a pertinent film about our times.”

As soon as the director posted a picture, speculation started about Omerta’s story line. Someone asked if the film is based on Mario Puzo’s novel with the same name but Hansal denied any resemblance to the novel.

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Rajkummar Rao and Hansal Mehta are known to share a good rapport as they have over the years collaborated on three projects — Shahid (which marks the debut of Rajkumar in the industry), Citylights and Aligarh. Rajkummar Rao even bagged a National Award for his performance in Shahid. On the work front, Rajkummar will next be seen in Shimla Mirch, Newton, Love Sonia, Vikramaditya Motwane’s untitled next and Hansal Mehta’s next.

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