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2017 was a year of Rajkummar Rao. With back-to-back blurb successes like Trapped, Newton and Bareilly ki Barfi that also tender a critics, Bollywood and a assembly have found a new hero. And so, as his Newton executive Amit V Masurkar spoke about a film’s large win during a 65th National Awards, he couldn’t assistance though contend that Rao deserved to be recognized during a latest book of a desired awards.
“I unequivocally feel Rajkummar should have been awarded. He has finished a shining job, not only in Newton, he has had Bareilly ki Barfi, Trapped. He has finished some unequivocally good work this year and it would have felt good had he also gotten some award. we spoke to him. He is really happy. He is a really certain chairman and he has won a National Award before though for us, it’s a first,” Amit V Masurkar pronounced during a press discussion hold Friday dusk after Newton was announced as a Best Hindi Film during a 65th National Film Awards.
When asked if Rajkummar Rao, himself, suspicion he would bag a National Award, a executive pronounced a actor is among those, who don’t get trustworthy to a films they do and hence don’t contemplate on their chances of winning awards.
“I don’t consider he keeps such expectations. He is a kind of person, who does his work and afterwards moves on. He has already worked on five-six films after Newton. So, he has changed on. Now, he is operative on his subsequent film,” pronounced a director.
Newton, presented by filmmaker Anand L Rai and distributed by Eros International, also bagged a special discuss for actor Pankaj Tripathi, whose opening as a artificial army officer on choosing avocation was among a best final year. Masurkar, who done his entrance with Newton, is now gearing adult for his next. Without divulging any fact about a stirring project, a executive pronounced a work on a film has begun and it will “hopefully be nonetheless another partnership with Eros and Rai’s Colour Yellow Films.”