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Made in China: Mouni Roy and Rajkummar Rao goes retro

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Mouni Roy and Rajkummar Rao are surely making the right noise with their latest movie Made in China. A movie that is filled with humour, comedy and a journey of a foreigner (Rajkummar Rao) who lands in a country like China for better job opportunities is all that you need to see.

Meanwhile, the duo had a fantabulous time dancing to the tunes of an old song. Donned in a red suit and coat, Rajkummar Rao along with Mouni Roy who shimmered in a jet black full gown is all dancing to the tunes of ‘O Laal Duppatta Wali’ from the 1993 Govinda film ‘Aankhen’.

The song which feautured Govinda, Chunky Panday and Rageshree in the main roles was a hit in the 90’s. Since Rajkummar was dressed in a red suit, he turns the Laal Duppatta Wali, while Mouni Rao turns the ‘Kaale Joote Wali’ as she is all donned in black.

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The video was shared on the official account of Rajkummar which read, “??? ???? ???? ??? ?? ???????? ?? ??? 90’s ? ???? #EntertainmentKaJugaad @mouniroy #MadeInChina #IndiaKaJugaad”

In the work front, Mouni Roy and Rajkummar Rao is all prepping for their upcoming movie Made In China directed by Mikhil Musale under the banner of Maddock company.

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The movie is slated to released on 25 October 2019.

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