Hansal Mehta’s Next, Captain India Featuring Kartik Aaryan First Look Poster Out

Kartik Aaryan Captain India, Captain India first look
Kartik Aaryan Captain India: Actor Kartik Aaryan is all set to appear as Captain India in Hansal Mehta’s next directorial.

Kartik Aaryan plays the role of a pilot in the film Captain India which is said to be inspired by true events. It is said to be based on “one of the most successful rescue operations in Indian history”. Sharing the first look, Aaryan took to social media on Friday and gave his fans a glimpse of the project. The actor can be seen sporting a pilot’s uniform with half of his face hidden behind the captain’s cap. The backdrop of the poster appears to be a burning city. The actor wrote, “When a man goes beyond the call of duty.”

In the film, Aaryan will be donning the hat of a pilot and lead a rescue operation. The bold letters written on the poster of the movie describes Captain India as “An ordinary man, an extraordinary mission.”

Here’s Captain India first look poster featuring Kartik Aaryan:

The war drama is directed by filmmaker Hansal Mehta and co-produced by Ronnie Screwvala and Harman Baweja. The National-award winning filmmaker, in a statement, revealed that Captain India is inspired by true events. He shared that the film will tell the story of a man who goes beyond his own pain and suffering to save thousands.

Speaking about the character, the Love Aaj Kal actor said that the tale is “inspiring and thrilling” in equal measure. He also praised Mehta’s “body of work” and said he was honoured to be collaborating with him. Meanwhile, producer Ronnie Screwvala said Aaryan will be seen in a unique avatar in the movie. Calling Mehta “one of the finest filmmakers of our time”, he further added that the is not just a story of “one of the biggest humanitarian operations ever” but also about “the indomitable human spirit”, one that rises above failure despite the odds. Details on the rest of the cast is awaited.

Aaryan also has multiple other releases lined including Bhool Bhulaiyya 2 and Dhamaka.

Captain India will go on floors early next year.

Feature Image Credit: Kartik Aaryan/Instagram

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