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Mantra (2016 film)
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|Directed by||Nicholas Kharkongor|
|Distributed by||V One Entertainment|
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Mantra is a 2016 Indian drama film directed Nicholas Kharkongor. The film stars Rajat Kapoor, Kalki Koechlin, Shiv Pandit, and Lushin Dubey in pivotal roles. The film was jointly produced by Filmart Productions, North East Filmsn Shri Production, Zenyth Media House.
Mantra tells the story of a businessman Kapil Kapoor and his family in the backdrop of changing India in the first decade of the new millennium.
The cast of the film is as follows:
- Rajat Kapoor as Kapil Kapoor
- Lushin Dubey as Meenakshi Kapoor
- Kalki Koechlin as Piya Kapoor
- Shiv Pandit as Viraj Kapoor
- Adil Hussain Man from Jharkhand
- Rohan Joshi as Vir Kapoor
- Yuri Suri as Mohan Kaul
- Maya Krishna Rao as Shazia Siddiqui
Mantra was written and directed by Nicholas Kharkongor. The film was jointly produced by Filmart Productions, North East Films, Shri Production, and Zenyth Media House.
Mantra had it's world premiere at the 2016 South Asian International Film Festival.
Upon release in India, the film received mixed response. Ranjibdar in his review of the film wrote, "Rajat Kapoor shows he has the able shoulders to carry us through the autumn of the patriarch, but Kharkongor’s script fails him, refusing to go into the labyrinth of inner turmoil, and trying awakening." He also wrote that the film resembles Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do. 
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