The Big Bull Movie Poster: Junior B is the man who sold dreams to India
As per the reports, the film is based on real events of the financial market that took place between 1990 and 2000 involving Harshad Mehta and his financial crimes.
On Thursday, the Abhishek Bachchan shared a poster of his upcoming film, The Big Bull.
Sharing the poster, Abhishek wrote: “The Big Bull! The man who sold dreams to India.” The poster of the film shows a silhouette of Abhishek’s face with a finger on his lips. He is wearing a pair of glasses, sports a mustache and wears several rings on his fingers. The poster's tagline says: “The man who sold dreams to India.”
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The film is reportedly based on India’s biggest securities scams of 1992. ‘Big Bull’ was often used to refer to Harshad Mehta, who fell from grace after the stock market scam in 1992. The overall feel of the poster is such that one gets a sense that Abhishek’s character, like Harshad, maybe a stockbroker. The film has been co-produced by Ajay Devgn.
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