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Talaash is being under-promoted deliberately


Don’t you think, Aamir Khan starrer Talaash is being under promoted??? With just 1 day left for the film’s release, the makers should have gone on a publicity spree but instead, the promotions are kept low key. Well, the film’s director Reema Kagti explains why the team has gone easy on promotion.

The filmmaker adds, the films publicity was deliberately kept low-key.

“We are sandwiched between Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Son Of Sardaar on one Friday and Khiladi 786 on the next Friday. All these three are big extravagantly-hyped films. We had two choices – either we made ourselves heard louder than these biggies, which was impossible; or we spoke in a much quieter tone than our competition. We’ve chosen the latter option,” said Kagti.

“Also because we can’t speak too much about the film without giving away the suspense,” she added.

Meanwhile, there another battle that the filmmakers are busy fighting.

Spoilers are trying their best to expose the thrill and suspense in Talaash. They have been sending out sms’s stating the murderer in the movie is none other than Aamir Khan, who also is the police officer. However, this is not affecting the director.

“I’d get seriously worried if any of these spoilers were anywhere near the truth. But they’re way off the mark. So I am not really bothered,” she said.

Talaash also featuring Rani Mukherjee and Kareena Kapoor, is set to hit theaters on 30 November.

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