Marjaavaan Trailer: The Trailer and the dialogue baazi of the actors give a 80's Bollywood vibes.
Sidharth Malhotra and Ritesh Deshmukh reunites again for a commercial potboiler.
Marjaavaan trailer begins with Sidharth helping a man tied to two water tankers on either side with iron chains. With sheer physical strength, Sidharth is seen tearing the chains apart dislodging the water hose that sets water sprinkling all around. This spectacular visual, recorded in slow motion, marks Sidharth Malhotra’s entry and establishes him as a ruthless goon.
The very next scene shows Tara Sutaria, Sidharth’s love interest in the film, and one can sense their love story blossom from the moment their eyes meet at a local market. Tara’s character, interestingly, is mute, and will instantly remind you of Shraddha Kapoor’s character in Ek Villain, the last time we saw Sidharth and Riteish share screen space.
But if this doesn’t ring a bell, perhaps Riteish’s entry scene will. Riteish makes an entry, with his entourage behind him, humming the familiar tune of Teri Galliyan, a song from Ek Villain that became a chartbuster. Riteish plays the role of a vertically challenged man in the film, out to kill Tara and anyone one else who might come in the way.
The dialogues give a nostalgic vibe of 80's Hindi Cinema where each and every character used to utter one-liners. Sidharth uttering these lines gives the feeling of a Bandra Boy rehearsing dialogues for a melodramatic TV serial.
Riteish, though is projected as pure evil, seems to not be able to hold it together due to lack of convincing dialogues.
After a disappointing box office turnout for his first film of the year Jabariya Jodi, Sidharth Malhotra is now gearing up for his next film which is an out-and-out action flick. Starring Sidharth, Riteish Deshmukh, and Tara Sutaria, Marjaavaan's posters have already created a buzz and fans of the stars are keenly looking forward to the trailer of the film. Directed by Milap Zaveri, the drama is slated to hit theatres on 8th November and has been described as a ‘violent, dramatic love story’ by co-producer Bhushan Kumar.
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