India’s most notable acting export, the critically acclaimed Irrfan Khan delivers a career best performance as an everyday man, whose life is plunged into tumult through circumstances beyond his control. Directing Khan onscreen is champion of the social issue genre, Nishikant Kamat, known for consistently packing a punch with audiences through thought-provoking socio-political commentaries reflecting India today with a brutal sincerity. Madaari has already received great applaud from Bollywood, including Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Kangana Ranaut, Tabu, Kriti Sanon, Bhumi Pednekar who attended a special screening in Mumbai.
Madaari is a story that could relate to anyone but the means may differ to meet the end. One day, in one fell swoop, Nirmal (Irrfan Khan) loses everything he has in a man-made disaster. He sets out on a journey seeking answers and demanding accountability, which leads him along an ultimately deadly path. The journey brings out the extraordinary in an otherwise ordinary man, conveyed in a story layered with emotions, unfurling in a thriller avatar.
Madaari released on 22nd July 2016 and showcased across selected cinemas across the UK. Have you seen Madaari yet? Let us know and join in the conversation on Twitter using #Madaari.