Film Hotel Milan Team In Delhi For The Promotions Of Their, Anti-Romeo Squad And Moral Policing Comedy Flick!
Director Vishal Mishra witnessed in New Delhi for the promotions of his upcoming comedy-drama film Hotel Milan. As the film is near to its release, on 16th of November, therefore, along with him the talented actress Malvi Malhotra was also present for the same. While talking to media the duo Vishal & Malvi revealed few details of their film and shared the uniqueness of their film.
The movie is based on anti-Romeo squad and moral policing by right-wing people, especially in Uttar Pradesh. Hotel Milan also stars actor Kunaal Roy Kapur, Karishma Sharma, Zeishan Quadri, Jaideep Ahlawat, Rajesh Sharma and Zakir Hussain in prominent roles. Before the release, the movie has been in a controversy for questioning Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s Anti Romeo squad. The CBFC offered 15 cuts for U/A certification but CBFC was keen on chopping off only one particular scene while offering A certificate. The one scene that they were so keen to keep it away from the audience is the scene of Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Clearing all the obstacles & controversies, the film is now ready to enjoy a solo release. Edited by the talented Sanjay Sankla and featured under the banner of AD Films, Hotel Milan revolves around Kunaal Roy Kapur as Vipul, his girlfriend, Shaheen Karishma Sharma and his friend, Zeishan Quadri as Saurabh, whose girlfriend is Malvi Malhotra. How they start a hotel that charges its guests on an hourly basis. The hotel attracts many lovers, who are looking for a place to spend time with each other. However, the consequences they face as the Bharat Nirmaan Party’s Youth Wing and the Anti-Romeo Squad hate the existence of Hotel Milan.
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