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Animal, Mansion 24, Campus Beats, Razakar: New posters, teasers and trailers

Here’s what kept the world of cinema and web buzzing today

Saikat Chakraborty Calcutta Published 18.09.23, 04:39 PM
Animal, Mansion 24, Campus Beats and Razakar

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The official poster of Ranbir Kapoor’s upcoming film Animal was unveiled on Monday. Helmed by director Sandeep Reddy Vanga, the film also stars Tripti Dimri, Rashmika Mandanna, Anil Kapoor and Bobby Deal. The teaser of the film will be released on September 28. Sharing the poster on Instagram, Dimri wrote, “He is elegant ... He is Wild... You will see his rage on September 28th .”Animal will hit cinemas on December 1.


Mansion 24

Disney+Hotstar dropped the official poster of its upcoming series Mansion 24, helmed by Ohmkar, on Monday. The poster features an intense-looking Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and an abandoned mansion.

“The moon and #Mansion24 - watch both at your own risk #HotstarSpecials #Mansion24 coming soon,” wrote the streamer, sharing the poster on Instagram.

Campus Beats

Amazon miniTV shared the trailer of its upcoming youth drama Campus Beats. Directed by Aniruddha Rajderkar, it stars Shantanu Maheshwari, Shruti Sinha, Sahaj Singh Chahal, Tanvi Gadkari, Harsh Dingwani, Tanya Bhushan, Dhanshree Yadav, Teriya Magar, Adnan Khan and Rohan Pal.

The one-minute-37-second-long trailer follows some students who join a prestigious dance institute through a welfare programme, striking new friendships and igniting rivalry with existing students.

Campus Beats will stream from September 21.



Sri Venkateswara Movies released the official teaser of its upcoming period drama Razakar on Sunday. Directed by Yata Satyanarayana, the teaser was launched on Telangana Liberation Day. It stars Bobby Simha and Vedika in lead roles.

The one-minute-42-second-long trailer reveals that the film is based on “true stories” of the Hyderabad Genocide in 1948. It shows how the army of Hyderabad’s Nizam killed Hindu residents of the kingdom in the wake of India’s independence.


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