Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria's Marjaavaan trailer released today and the movie gives enough feels of the Student of the Year actor's first collaboration with Riteish after Ek Villain.
The trailer opens with Sidharth, Raghu enthralling stunts until he meets Tar and falls for her. Their chemistry is unmissable and is hint enough that the rumours of relationship brewing between the two are not just rumours. Ritiesh as the 3-foot 'Kamina' appears to be the leader of the gang, Raghu was a part of and is not hellbound on taking revenge. A fierce batt;e breaks between the two that ends with her losing her life on Raghu's arms.
Watch the trailer here:
Sidharth earlier today took to social media to announce that the trailer of the film will be released today. The new poster shows rain-soaked Sidharth and Tara in each other's arms, while Riteish is seen walking in rage holding a gun.He wrote, "Ishq aur inteqaam ki sab hadd hogi paar! #MarjaavaanTrailer out today at 1pm (sic)."
Ishq aur inteqaam ki sab hadd hogi paar! #MarjaavaanTrailer out today at 1pm@Riteishd #TaraSutaria @Rakulpreet @zmilap @nikkhiladvani @itsBhushanKumar #KrishanKumar @monishaadvani @madhubhojwani @iamDivyaKhosla @EmmayEntertain @TSeries @marjaavaan
The makers of Marjaavaan released the looks of the lead actors a few days ago.
According to reports, Sidharth's character, Raghu, in Marjaavaan has been inspired by the characters of Amitabh Bachchan in Deewar, Sunny Deol in Jeet and Jackie Shroff in Hero. On the other hand, Vishnu (Riteish's character) is three-foot-tall with a dark sense of humour.
Marjaavaan, which was earlier scheduled to release on November 22, will now hit screens on November 8. The makers conveniently averted its clash with yet another action thriller War and have decided to shift its release from October to November. Marjaavaan is slated to hit the screens on November 22 now with Ayushman Khurrana's comedy of errors, 'Bala'.
Producer Nikkhil Advani revealed that ‘VFX’ is the reason behind the postponement in its release. “It is important that we give Marjaavaan a suitable release. We’re proud of Milap’s inimitable filmmaking style and unique language that we expect will exceed audience expectations. The film needs this kind of VFX especially with Riteish as a dwarf,” he explained.