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Deepak Dobriyal’s Kuldip Patwal will be released on 2 February


Inspired by true events, the film sees Dobriyal as a common man who is accused of murdering the chief minister of an Indian state, played by Parvin Dabbas.

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Director Remy Kohli’s Kuldip Patwal: I Didn’t Do It, starring Deepak Dobriyal in the titular role, will be released on 2 February.

Inspired by true events, the film sees Dobriyal as a common man who is accused of murdering the chief minister of an Indian state, played by Parvin Dabbas.

Despite facing intense pressure, Kuldip maintains his innocence. Gulshan Devaiah plays the lawyer who defends him while Raima Sen plays the public prosecutor.

Director Kohli has also written and produced the film.

Dobriyal has got a meaty role once again. In the past few years, he has impressed critics and audiences with his performance in such diverse films as Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015), Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (2015), Hindi Medium (2017) and Lucknow Central (2017).

He is also part of Kaalakaandi, which hit the theatres today (12 January). He plays a gangster's underling in the film, for which he has been receiving good reviews.

Raima Sen's previous Hindi film was Bollywood Diaries (2016).

Kuldip Patwal will face competition at the box office from The Window, Murder At Koh-e-Fiza and Kutte Ki Dum, besides Pad Man and Padmaavat, which are being released the previous week, on 25 January.

Watch the trailer of Kuldip Patwal: I Didn't Do It below. And click here to predict the film's box office performance.