In a recent update, actor Anupam Kher unveiled his exciting role as Rabindranath Tagore, the renowned poet, philosopher, and essayist, in his 538th film. Making the announcement on Instagram last Friday, Anupam delightedly shared the news with his beloved fans and followers, accompanied by a captivating first look portraying the esteemed poet.
Rabindranath Tagore Movie Release Date:
Anupam Kher’s highly anticipated new movie, portraying the legendary Rabindranath Tagore, is scheduled to release in theaters on March 29, 2024.
Fans eagerly await this cinematic masterpiece, as Anupam Kher brings his talent and charisma to breathe life into the iconic figure of Tagore.
Rabindranath Tagore Movie:
In the captivating black and white photo, Anupam adorned himself in an ensemble reminiscent of Rabindranath Tagore’s iconic attire.
With white hair and a flowing beard, he exuded an aura of authenticity. As the instrumental rendition of Rabindranath Tagore’s renowned song “Sokhi, Bhabona Kahare Bole” softly played in the background, Anupam gazed solemnly at the floor, portraying a deep sense of contemplation and immersion in the character.
Alongside the post, Anupam Kher added a caption, “Delighted to portray #Gurudev #RabindranathTagore in my 538th project. Will reveal the details in due course. Ye mere saubhagya hai ki mujhe gurudev ko parde par saakaar karne ka saubhagya parpt hua hai. Jald hi is film ki adhik jankaari apke sath sanjha krunga (It is my good fortune that I have got the privilege of embodying Gurudev on screen! Soon I will share more information about this film with you).”
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About Rabindranath Tagore Movie:
The film is still in the early stages of development, so no further details have been released.
However, Kher has shared a black-and-white photo of himself in costume as Tagore.
In the photo, Kher is wearing a traditional Bengali outfit and has a long white beard. He also has a serious expression on his face.
Credit To: Instagram – anupampkher
Anupam Kher Upcoming Movie:
Anupam Kher will captivate audiences in the forthcoming anthology film “Metro In Dino,” directed by Anurag Basu.
This star-studded cinematic venture also features notable talents such as Aditya Roy Kapur, Sara Ali Khan, Konkona Sen Sharma, Pankaj Tripathi, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Ali Fazal, and Neena Gupta, all essaying pivotal roles that promise an enthralling cinematic experience.
Apart from his role in “Metro In Dino,” Anupam Kher is set to make notable appearances in two other compelling films.
“The Vaccine War,” directed by Vivek Agnihotri, explores India’s significant involvement in the global race to develop a Covid-19 vaccine during the pandemic.
Additionally, Anupam will be seen in “Emergency,” a directorial venture by Kangana Ranaut, which delves into the intriguing life of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. These diverse projects promise to showcase Anupam’s versatility as an actor.
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Fans react to Anupam as Rabindranath Tagore:
The post received enthusiastic reactions from fans and industry peers.
Parvin Dabas expressed his excitement with a comment that said, “Wow!” accompanied by clapping hands emoji.
A fan was amazed by Anupam Kher’s transformation, exclaiming, “Oh my God, you actually look like him!”
Another person praised Anupam’s unparalleled portrayal, stating, “I am certain that nobody can perform it better than you. The next generation will remember Tagore through your portrayal.”
Another fan shared their surprise, saying, “I couldn’t recognize you, sir… Superb!” A supportive Instagram user added, “Wow, that’s great… all the best, sir.”
Who was Rabindranath Tagore?
Rabindranath Tagore’s remarkable legacy includes the prestigious distinction of being the first Indian to receive the esteemed Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913.
His literary contributions include crafting the national anthems of both India and Bangladesh, as well as composing numerous melodic songs known as Rabindra Sangeet.
Revered by various names such as Gurudev, Kabiguru, and Biswakabi, he is fondly referred to as ‘the Bard of Bengal,’ reflecting his significant influence on Bengali literature and culture.