Firangi motion poster: Kapil Sharma ready to fight for the nation

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Firangi motion poster: Kapil Sharma ready to fight for the nation

The comedian also announced that with the release of this motion poster, he will also start promotions of the film.

Now the producer and actor himself Kapil Sharma has shared the motion poster of his upcoming movie Firangi.

The recently released motion poster shows the Britain's national flag and then you will see a British soldier bending and he is looking for something.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Kapil Sharma posted the Firangi motion poster with a caption that read, "KICK-starting this journey with #FirangiKaMotionPoster!".

We then meet Kapil Sharma in a soldier's uniform who is angry about something. However, the motion poster of the movie is indicating that the movie will be based on the patriotic flavour.

Now, this is surely a big screen space film for Ishita Dutta, on the other hand, Kapil Sharma who is away from the screens for a long time is also going to give a treat to his fans. In fact, when he took a break from his reality show The Kapil Sharma Show, he said he wants to concentrate more on his film. The show finally went off air last month but is expected to return to television screens. The film features Kapil Sharma, Ishita Dutta and Monica Gill in the lead roles. From the mid-air brawl with his colleague Sunil Grover to bringing down the curtains of his comedy show The Kapil Sharma Show, it must have been one of the most troubling times in life for the comedian.

Firangi is an upcoming Historical Period Drama Comedy film set in the year 1920 and it's being directed by Rajiv Dhingra.

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