Arjun Rampal: 'People will leave with a lot of opinions after watching Inkaar'

Arjun Rampal is gearing up for the release of his forthcoming film Inkaar, which revolves around sexual harassment at work place. Arjun claims that after watching the film, the audiences will leave the theaters with a lot of opinions.

At a promotional event of the film, the lead actor of the movie said, "People will leave the film with a lot of opinions. They will ask questions of their own, they'll wonder what is right, what is wrong and should there be guidelines that are made, they'll ask whether sexual harassment can have its own do's and don'ts…. that you can do this and you can't do this. People will think whether they should call a colleague to their house to complete some work or not. See it's a double end sword, both a man and a woman can get framed in this."
 
Directed by Sudhir Mishra, the film stars Chitrangda Singh opposite Rampal and is slated to hit the theaters on 18 January, next year. 

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