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GOAL - When losers come together!

October 15, 2007 5:15:35 PM IST
Joginder Tuteja, Bollywood Trade News Network
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This could well be the first film where the makers have no qualms in admitting that their characters are a bunch of losers.

We are talking about DHAN DHANA DHAN GOAL, the promotion of which has begun on a crackling note. After its theatrical promo made its presence felt when screened a few weeks back, the satellite promotion too has got an audience attention.

Introducing a 'Fallen Hero' played by John Abraham, a 'Looser Team' which is made of footballers like John, Arshad and some more and a 'Failed Coach' enacted by Boman Irani, DHAN DHANA DHAN GOAL is a Vivek Agnihotri film all set to arrive on 23rd November.

As per the film's promotion, everyone from the fallen hero to failed coach with their looser team would come together to defend the honor of their people. In a nutshell, a victory of underdogs over the mighty.

Time to sing CHAK DE again?



 
 

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