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Bradley Cooper Says ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’ To Wish Anupam Kher On Silver Linings Playbook’s Indian Premiere

Famous Hollywood film Silver Linings Playbook features Anupam Kher as a therapist. The film was a massive success and Anupam Kher received a lot of praise for his role. Read below to know more.

Hollywood star Bradley Cooper who received a lot of praise for his performance in the film ‘A Star Is Born’ shared a heartwarming message for Anupam Kher on the Indian Premiere of their film ‘Silver Linings Playbook’. The thing which caught everyone’s attention is that Bradley actor said, “Ganpati Bappa Morya” at the end of the message. The Indian fans of the American actor surely got very impressed by the way he wished Anupam Kher in Indian style for ‘Silver Linings Playbook’s’ Indian premiere.

Bradley also said that he wishes he could be in India for the beautiful occasion but due to the on-going coronavirus outbreak he couldn’t make it. The Limitless actor further added that he hopes that the Indian audience and fan members love the film.

Bradley looked charming as always in his simple yet casual avatar, donning grey colored t-shirt in the video message he shared.

Talking about ‘Silver Linings Playbook’, other Hollywood biggies like Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro play a pivotal role in the Bradley Cooper starrer film. The much-loved Hollywood film features Anupam Kher as Bradley Cooper’s therapist. The film was a huge success and Anupam Kher too received a lot of praise and appreciation for his role as a therapist.

‘Silver Linings Playbook’ is helmed by David O Russel and the plot of the 2012 film revolves around Pat (Bradley Cooper), who has been sent to the mental health facility after brutally attacking his wife’s lover and how after his recovery he meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) in a bid to mend ways with his wife. The film received the love from the audience and critics and we hope that the Indian audience also enjoys the film.

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