PUBLIC REVIEW | LAAL KAPTAAN | SAIF ALI KHAN AS NAGA SADHU IN REVENGE DRAMA

Saif Ali Khan starrer revenge thriller 'Laal Kaptaan' finally hit theatres today. Directed by Navdeep Singh, "Laal Kaptaan" tells the story of a Naga sadhu who is also a bounty hunter. Saif plays the lead role of dangerous Naga in the film.


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