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'Madaari' gets thumbs up from B-Town directors

Updated: Jul 21, 2016 15:36 IST

New Delhi, July 21 (ANI): Irrfan Khan's upcoming movie 'Madaari' has received overwhelming response by the filmmakers of the tinsel town.

The makers arranged a special screening of the Nishikant Kamat directed movie for acclaimed directors like David Dhawan, Homi Adjania, Imtiaz Ali, Hansal Mehta and others.

According to David Dhawan, "Nishikant is a competant director, the script is very good, the way they have edited the film is fantastic, over all a good film. It has a hold, Irrfan has always been nice and sincerely works and is a commercial actor.

"I thought it was absolutely fantastic, it's a film that should have been made sooner or later. It's extremely poignent and I think fortunately can expect anything from Irrfan because he is the best so that is a different story. It's a beautiful movie, very poignent movie with a solid message," said Homi Adjania.

Imtiaz Ali stated, "I think it is a very relevant film which every Indian should watch. Lot of truth is being spoken in a very bold manner. It is very honestly written, very powerfully done, it really catches you and everything is very good. "

"It is a great story and has a very emotionally effective climax. Bahut sundar," said Sudhir Mishra.

Hansal Mehta shared, "I was very moved and the film is very timed film. I think this film raises questions and also tries to find the answers. Advice to people: Desh so raha hai, jaagne ka samay aagaya hai. Madaari aapko jaga degi."

Earlier, Nishikant and Irrfan worked together in 'Mumbai Meri Jaan' in 2008.

According to the 49-year-old actor, his upcoming flick 'Madaari is a movie "about many issues, it is also about accountability, accountability to the promises that are made to the common people."

'Madaari' is all set to release this Friday, July 22. (ANI)