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‘Darling Don’t Cheat’ trailer launched with controversial contest


Rajkumar Hindusthani’s suspense thriller, “Darling Don’t Cheat” unveiled its fast-paced trailer here Wednesday in Mumbai with the announcement of an interesting, but controversial, contest which raised eyebrows among the attendees.

Lead actors film Gaurav Pandey, Ashish Tyagi and Neha Chaterji were present.

Scenes of brutal violence, explicit scenes, uncomfortable dialogues and frightened girls dominate the visuals of the trailer, expected for a film whose tagline says: “Nothing Thrills Men More Than The Scent Of A Woman, Sight Of A Female Skin And The Splatter Of Blood”.

The makers have arranged for contest, whose winner will get an opportunity to visit a nude beach in Jamaica or anywhere around the globe, with all travelling arrangements and expenses for the stay funded. Interested individuals can visit the film’s website to register and participate in the contest.

Recently, the makers of Imran Khan-Kangana Ranaut starrer “Katti Batti” were planning to conduct a special “kissing contest” involving youngsters, but Imran had cited the fear of moral policing from authorities as well as lack of support from media houses for their pullout.

But director-producer Hindusthani is fully geared up to go ahead with this contest.

“‘Katti Batti’ team perhaps backed out due to moral policing. But we don’t have any second thoughts about our nude trip contest. The youth today is quite modern and are aware that such things do exist but aren’t discussed much in our country. So we would like to connect with some enthusiastic youngsters through our film giving them this lifetime opportunity.”

The makers term “Darling Don’t Cheat” along similar lines as other controversial films such as “Insaf Ka Tarazu”, “Bandit Queen” and “Fire’ and call the release date of October 30 as “Unforgiveness Day”.

The film is directed and produced by Hindusthani under the banner Fyeo Media Works.


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