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Laila Majnu poster: Presenting Imtiaz Ali’s, Ekta Kapoor’s romantic drama

The film is presented by Imtiaz Ali and produced by Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Motion Pictures and PI Films.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: July 24, 2018 15:00 IST ]
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Laila Majnu poster

Bollywood filmmaker Ekta Kapoor has joined hands with the ace filmmaker Imtiaz Ali to recreate the magic of Laila Majnu on the silver screen. The film’s first poster is out, which seems to be filed with utmost romance and passion. The trailer of the film will be out on Wednesday. Co-producer Ekta Kapoor shared a video of Imtiaz Ali, who is also presenting the movie and made the announcement about the trailer release on her Twitter handle. 

In the following tweet, she also shared a new poster of the movie where the two leads are soaked up in love. “The mystery and the chemistry unfolds. Presenting our Laila and Majnu to the world. #LailaMajnu Trailer Out Tomorrow!” wrote Ekta along with the poster.

In the video, Imtiaz gives out reasons to watch Laila Majnu which is directed by his brother Sajid Ali. “This movie has no stars. The lead actors are new and do not belong to any filmy family. A person who thinks more from brain and less from the heart, I don’t how he will like the movie. But if you are a little mad, you have your own opinions, you are not perfect, can make mistakes and can fall in love, then you must watch this film as this movie has characters like you. Both Laila and Majnu are just like you. This story has less logic and more passion. Even the people who have made this film are themselves quite mad. So, if you are passionate, you will see yourself in this film.”

The film is presented by Imtiaz Ali and produced by Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Motion Pictures and PI Films.

Imtiaz Ali last helmed Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma-starrer Jab Harry Met Sejal which released to tepid response in August last year.

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