Kunal-Soha starrer ‘99’ released amidst strike

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Producer Anupam Mittal’s much-awaited flick 99 is finally released regardless of ongoing tussle between Bollywood producers and multiplex owners on the issue of profit sharing.

The star cast of the movie, which appeals to the young generation, includes Kunal Khemu, Boman Irani, Soha Ali Khan, Cyrus Broacha, Simone Singh, Mahesh Manjrekar, Amit Mistry and Vinod Khanna. The script is the strong point of the film. Each and every character has a specific role in the movie.

Now, the film’s opened for public in all the major multiplexes plus in the single screens of the country.

The story of film revolves around two robbers, Kunal Khemu and Cyrus Broacha, who operates illegal business of SIM cards. Soon they bought a trouble for them after robbing a car, which belongs to a gangster, Mahesh Manjrekar. The gangster asked them to pay back the amount. And after this, the film turns serious. In addition to Khemu and Soha, Vinod Khanna, Boman Irani and Cyrus are in serious charaters.

On being asked why he released the film at this time, the film’s producer justified his decision to release the movie by saying, “I was actually caught unawares with the strike. I had pre-planned to release the film during IPL because it has cricket as the backdrop.

“We wanted to release the film in mid April but keeping the producers’ stand in mind we moved the release to May first week. We were hoping that issue will be resolved in the meeting on May 5 but when nothing came out of it we were left with no option but to release the film.

“If I don’t do it now I have to shut down my company,” he also said.

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