Saturday, July 06, 2013
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From Dilip Kumar to Emraan Hasmi, Bollywood has a huge list of actors who have played the fiery journalists in their movies. Thanks to the ever increasing proximity between the Media and Bollywood, the film industry seems quite fascinated with depicting scribes on the celluloid. Stars might avoid questions by journalists in real-life, but the B-town actors are always up for playing the role of a journalist on-screen. Actor Ankkit Narrayan is all set with pen and paper to play the role of a scribe in his upcoming movie "Mango Man". Which is movie based on a real-life incident, it depicts the common man's fight against the flawed system.
Ankkit Narrayan said, "I have observed many journalists at work and have picked up their mannerism for the role and it's not easy for an actor to predict as real journalist. The stars don't have to struggle with deadlines and assignments associated with a real life journo's day."
Mango Man is a hard-hitting subject about a real-life case. The whole story around this corruption reflects strongly on our social realities. It is about corruption in politics, security and judiciary systems and how a common man is affected by it.
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