One of the most anticipated movies of the year is filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia’s multi-starrer film, Raag Desh that is all set to hit the theatres on July 28.  Based on the trials of the Indian National Army during the Second World War, the movie will feature stars like Kunal Kapoor, Amit Sadh and Mohit Marwah in the lead role.

Today the first look of the poster is out and we can’t help but amazed. Many Bollywood celebrities took to their Twitter and Instagram profile to share the first look of the poster and share their views about it. Actor Mohit Marwah who made his debut in Bollywood with the movie, Fugly wrote on Instagram, ““First look poster of my next film! Honoured to be a part of this great subject! Gear up for some patriotism -in cinemas 28th July #Raagdesh #indiannationalarmy.”

Arjun Kapoor took to Twitter to share his views. It read, “A story waiting to be told, feel proud to see this as a brother & an Indian all the best @mohitsmarwah & the entire team of #raagdesh !!!”

Actor, Anil Kapoor, also took suit of his nephew and shared on Twitter, “Representing the real heroes of our country! @mohitmarwah the poster of #RaagDesh looks inspiring! #IndianNationalArmy. ”

Actor Kunal Kapoor, who has rigorously trained for his role in the movie, too shared his sentiments on Twitter by sharing the first look of the poster.

The movie is a court room drama based on the lives of three officers from the British Indian Army, Colonel Prem Sehgal, Colonel Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon, and Major General Shah Nawaz Khan, who were prisoners of war in Malaya, Singapore and Burma respectively. While Mohit is seen essaying the character of Colonel Prem Sehgal, Amit Sadh and Kunal Kapoor will be seen as Colonel Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon, and Major General Shah Nawaz Khan respectively. (ALSO READ: Tubelight becomes the first Bollywood film to be featured on the movie hoardings of Times Square in New York? View pics)

Tigmanshu, who has churned out movies like Bullet Raja and Shagird to name a few began this project in July last year. Calling it a difficult movie to make, the director was quoted by a leading newspaper as saying that working on a subject like this is not possible in Bollywood given that producers are often reluctant to take up stories based on the Indian National Army.

The film is produced by Rajya Sabha Television, who has joined hands with UFO Moviez as its strategic partner for a pan-India release.