Chopsticks new poster: Mithila Palker, Abhay Deol face off with a goat-loving gangster in Netflix Original
Starring Mithila Palkar, Abhay Deol and Vijay Raaz, Chopsticks tells the story of a girl who teams up with a conman to recover her stolen car from a Mumbai gangster.
Starring Mithila Palkar, Abhay Deol and Vijay Raaz, the film tells the story of a shy girl who teams up with a conman to recover her stolen car from a Mumbai gangster. Directed by Sachin Yari and produced by Ashvini Yardi of Vineyard Productions, Chopsticks will premiere on Netflix on 31 May.
The poster shows a bewildered Nirma (Palkar) clutching onto a rogue steering wheel, while Abhay Deol's conman sneakily unlocks yet-another Godrej safe in what looks like a battered down garage. In a background can be seen the husk of Nirma's precious red car, all its parts stolen to the last tyre.
Check out the poster here
Abhay Deol makes his digital debut... #Chopsticks, a quirky story starring Abhay Deol, Mithila Palkar and Vijay Raaz, to stream on Netflix from 31 May 2019... Directed by Sachin Yardi... Produced by Ashvini Yardi... #Chopsticks is Netflix's first Indian original film. pic.twitter.com/DvT41kmD8p
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 22, 2019
The film marks the first collaboration between Palkar, whose credits include Akarsh Khurana’s road trip movie Karwaan, and Little Things, and Deol, who was last seen in Faraz Haider’s Nanu Ki Jaanu(2018) and Aanand L Rai’s Zero (2018).
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