Writer-producer-director and editor Dilip Gulati was hugely applauded when he entered Dubai as Don Abdullah and he continued his tour this time in his own homeland in India in the overcowded Dharavi area, the biggest ever slum area of the world, located at Mahim-Sion area on 9th February.
The film is also made in Tamil and Telugu besides Hindi and Dilip Gulati chose the Dharavi area, largely dominated by the Tamilians who are largely Rajnikanth fans. Dilip Gulati made a grand entry to the song of Bappi Lahiri rendered number “Bhai, Mumbai Ka Bhai” and the Tamilians stood up and cheered, whistled and clapped after watching the song and the promos of the film in tamil language. An overwhelmed Dilip Gulati told PRO and film trade journalist Mohan Ayyer:” I am thrilled to watch such a fantastic reaction for the film. Also Tamilians have a great regard for boldly made films and I have made a film on the Dons of Mumbai from 1960 till the nineties who had ruled and I play the role of Don Abdullah.” The Tamil and Telugu audiences are more than any other regional language audiences of India and I wish to entertain them in a big way thru MAFIA BIGG BOSS in South taste as the audiences there are genuine film lovers and they even repeat the films as the South audiences understand the pains of a filmmaker who genuinely makes a film with a purpose. I have shown the life of Dons in their true colours and also how they speak, how they walk and also how they enjoy their lives.”
Special Preview Of MAFIA BIGG BOSS
Writer-producer-director Dilip Gulati held a special preview of the film MAFIA BIGG BOSS on 10th February at T.P. Agarwal’s Star Preview Theatre. Kishore Gulati, elder brother of Dilip Gulati and their Mother, Komal Gulati, wife of Dilip Gulati, wellknown distributers Dilip Dhanwani, S.P. Laad of CP.CI. Rajasthan, film trader Sanjay Joshi, the actors of the film Sagar Pandey, Raj Sagar and many film trade persons attended the preview show. The film has been passed by the censors with A certificate and will be released in March-April all over. Bappi Lahiri and his daughter Reema Lahiri have rendered two songs in the film which has music by Bappi Lahiri himself.