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Kangana Ranaut looks fierce as Agent Agni in new poster of ‘Dhaakad’; announces Gandhi Jayanti release – Times of India

Kangana Ranaut is all set to unleash her action avatar on the silver screen with ‘Dhaakad’. She essays the role of Agent Agni in this massive entertainer, whose official release date was announced as October 1. The team of ‘Dhaakad’ is eyeing a festive release with Gandhi Jayanti weekend. Along with the release date, Kangana also unveiled the new poster of the film and she looks absolutely fierce, ready to strike.

“She is fearless and Fiery! She is Agent Agni,” Kangana had described her character from the action entertainer. While shooting for ‘Thalaivi’, the actress started action rehearsals for ‘Dhaakad’. “Don’t like to multitask, but in these times one needs to go back to the beginning in those days I worked like a horse, so along with filming Thalaivi I started action rehearsals with Jason NG/ @brettchanstunts for Dhakaad as well, also lovely to see my charming director @RazyGhai,” Kangana had shared in November 2020. Directed by Razneesh Razy Ghai, ‘Dhaakad’ is produced by Deepak Mukut and Sohel Maklai.

Apart from ‘Dhaakad’, Kangana Ranaut will also be seen in ‘Tejas’, wherein she essays the role of an air force officer.

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