India's Most Wanted: Arjun Kapoor urges Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan to pay a tribute to unsung heroes
India’s Most Wanted is now just a week away from its release and fans are waiting to see Arjun Kapoor in a different avatar. With its distinctive storyline, the film has caught the attention of many. We now wait to see if it lives up to the anticipation. Arjun, currently, is doing his best to promote the film. After soaking us in the patriotic feels with the recently released Vande Mataram song, Arjun paid a tribute to the unsung heroes through an Instagram post on Wednesday.
He put up a video in which he speaks about how he and his team have never got the chance to celebrate the unsung heroes of our country, despite his film being entirely based on it. So instead of waiting for the right moment or opportunity to do it, he has decided to pay a tribute to the heroes right away. He asked his fans and followers to just take ten seconds and shoot a video of themselves saying, “Thank you for whatever you do, I salute you. Jai Hind! Vande Mataram.” He has also requested his uncle Anil Kapoor and buddies Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon to do the same and also tag their friends and family to take it forward.
Take a look at his video here:
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India's Most Wanted is our tribute to the unsung heroes. Aur ab hum chahte hai ki aap yaani ki har ek hindustani apne dil se unko salaam kare. Upload kijiye apna salaam by saying Vande Mataram !!! I request & urge @anilskapoor @varundvn @kritisanon to continue this salute & tag their friends & family to take it forward... #VandeMataram @rajkumargupta08 @foxstarhindi @raapchik_films #IndiasMostWanted
Talking about his film, Arjun earlier told a daily, "This is a story of our unsung heroes that wake up every morning to protect our country. We always talk about the heroes that we have seen but there are so many who haven't had a chance to share their story and this one such story I am very proud to be part of this film. As an artist, I think at times you have to do something for your country than just being an entertainer."
Helmed by Raj Kumar Gupta, the film deals with the story of five men who are on a mission to find a deadly terrorist. It’s slated to be out May 24.