Bollywood is set to deliver an interesting movie centered on the infamous demonetization move in 2016 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the form of ‘The Great Indian Casino’, directed by Rupesh Patel.
As the title suggests, The Great Indian Casino revolves around casinos, bar girls, and crime. Its trailer shows plenty of skin show and crime, which means it could be strictly for adults and not advisable for kids.
Everything happens for a reason, and there’s a reason for the raising amount of movies about casinos. the online casino industry is growing quickly in India with skill based games such as Poker, Rummy, and Teenpatti and also certain virtual money games becoming increasingly popular. New players are advised to pick the best online casino in India to have a safe experience as they are quite a lot of casino sites that are not genuine.
The Great Indian Casino, which is produced by veteran journalist Chanderkant Sharma under the Cinemirchi Productions banner, promises to be fast-paced movie focused on how to make quick bucks. The teaser of the movie was launched by Bollywood veteran Dharmendra in April 2019, and is said to be dedicated to several people claimed to have died due to the effects of demonetization and the huge number of people who lost their jobs as a result of the move.
The Great Indian Casino, which will revolve around physical gambling, will mark the comeback of Ameesha Patel, the Kaho Na Pyaar Hai heroine, who is playing the role of a femme fatale character. In a completely new avatar, Ameesha Patel will be seen overpowering four Mumbai gangsters who use Indian ‘Jugad’ to tackle the sudden demonetization announcement by Narendra Modi.
Playing the role of the four crook men are Rajesh Sharma, Asif Basra, Deepraj Rana, and Pankaj Beri, who smartly use demonetization to their advantage even as millions of people struggled to get in terms of the sudden shortage of currency notes!
The movie also stars Govind Namdev, Scarlett Mellish Wilson, Yateen Karyekar, Sanjay Gandhi, Anant Jog, Nisha Rasaily, and Heena Panchal.
Interestingly, the makers of The Great Indian Casino haven’t disclosed much of the story and want the audience to watch it on the screen themselves to know what’s packed in the latest Bollywood thriller. Even the actors in the movie are said to be unaware of the story and were only narrated their respective scenes by Rupesh Patel, who is also the director of Kamasutra 3D, Saint Draculla, and My name is RaGa.