Bollywood’s First Techno Thriller Pirates 1.0’s poster Released

By Goher Iqbal Punn – Film Critic, Music Reviewer & Entertainment Analyst – Showbiz Bites

Pirates-1.0's-first-lookBollywood’s first ever techno thriller Pirates 1.0 poster has now been released for the masses to have a look at. Although the poster does not reveal much about the film and its subject, nonetheless it holds attention that is enough to raise the curiosity level. Award-winning director Raj Madiraju has directed this venture that stars Bengali movies’ famous name Indraneil Sengupta in main leads. Raj makes his Bollywood directorial debut with this flick.

The film is geared up to release in two languages – Hindi and Telugu. Pirates 1.0 first look displays the bold words ‘ACCESS DENIED’ that clearly exhibits the thriller genre of the film.


Since now Pirates 1.0 poster is out now, a lot more would be expected from the makers to release. The movie is set to release on 29th April, 2016.

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