Rangoon Trailer – An Eccentric Meld Of Beauty, Class and Spunk

Vishal Bhardwaj movie, “Rangoon” trailer is out and apparently, it is worth all the wait and teasing posters we went through in all these months. The trailer suggests a triangle love story with some added crisp of war and Kangana’s youthful act. The trailer was made public on Thursday night and was shared on movie’s twitter handle. The movie is majorly shot in Arunachal Pradesh and manifests India’s struggle for independence.

In this 3 minute trailer, Kangana (Julia) has been shown as a luring film actress and Saif Ali Khan as a sly movie maker, who is obsessed with Kangana. After half of the trailer appears Shahid Kapoor (Nawab Malik), a soldier and protector of Kangana on her way to Burma.

After then, the trailer takes a sweet turn amidst all the war sceneries featuring sweet moments  between both the lovers. As expected from the movie, the film seems to have iconic dialogues embedded beautifully in the between and some right pinch of humour to give you healthy giggles.

As mentioned on the movie banner, the story gist revolves around love, war and deceit.

Under the direction of Vishal Bhardwaj and production under Nadidwala Grandson Entertainment and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, the movie is an remarkable assemblage of the harshness of wartime and blooming love stories in between.

For so long time, the movie release was stuck and also the film was earlier titled as, “Julia”. The movie screenplay has been handled by Matthew Robins, who was also associated with “7 Khoon Maaf“.

Like always, Vishal Bhardwaj has managed to extract the best out of the calibres of Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan. Earlier we have seen this in Omkara, where Saif appeared as Langda Tyagi and excelled in his role.

Also, who can forget kaminey’s untamed Shahid and Haider’s protagonist Shahid, again under Vishal’s direction.

The movie will be screened in Indian theatres from February 24, 2017.

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