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'We have tried our best to guard the suspense in Missing' Manoj Bajpayee
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In today's age of social media and instant information, it has become increasingly difficult for filmmaker to make sure that the suspense or the twist in their film does not leak out before its release. They are also wary of the possibility that somebody who watches the film in the first few days of its release might share the big reveal with their friends and relative which would reduce their interest in the film. Some directors go to the extent of shooting the climax of the film or a few crucial portions closer to the release date, so that nobody from the team can leak the suspense prior to the film's release.

Director Mukul Abhyankar's suspense thriller 'Missing' which was shot quite a while ago, is finally ready to hit the screens. The film, which revolves around the mysterious disappearance of a little girl, stars Manoj Bajpayee and Tabu in leading roles. As the film has suspense at the core of it, it was important for the makers to guard the plot well.

Talking about the measures taken to keep the curiosity about the film alive, Manoj Bajpayee said, "We have tried our best to guard the suspense in the film. We did not want to promote the film over a long period of time as that would lead us to talk more about the plot of the film. That is the reason we planned the promotional activities only for a few days. The trailer was released just fifteen days back. I am happy about the fact that there is curiosity in the media about the film and that is why we are doing media interactions right now. I did not want the media to feel offended if we did not talk to them at all. So, we decided to do limited promotions is that we can talk to the media and at the same time, guard the story of our film."

One looks forward to see if the big reveal manages to surprise the audience. 'Missing' releases on 6 April, 2018.

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