Jio Cinema on Monday unveiled the official teaser of its upcoming crime comedy series Rafuchakkar. Directed by Ritam Srivastava, the series stars Manish Paul in the lead role alongside Sushant Singh, Trupti Khamkar, Priya Bapat and Aksha Pardasany.
The one-minute-long teaser shows Manish Paul as a con man in five unrecognisable looks. He is seen conning people and taking their money. The character seems to target wealthy individuals during important social functions.
Rafuchakkar will be streaming free on Jio Cinema from June 15.
MRT Music on Sunday shared the official trailer of its upcoming Tamil-language film Licence. Directed by Ganapathy Balamurugan, the film stars Rajalakshmi, Dutho Radha Ravi, Abi Nakshatra, Dhanya Ananya, Pala Karuppiah and Vijay Bhaarat.
The two-minute-long trailer begins with a voiceover announcing the number of child abuse cases recorded in Tamil Nadu every day. We are then introduced to a government school teacher (Rajalakshmi) who has appealed in court for a gun licence. The rest of the trailer shows how she fights for the licence.
T-Series Telugu on Sunday dropped the official teaser of its upcoming Telugu-language film Full Bottle. Directed by Sharan Koppisetty, it stars Satya Dev, Sanjana Anand, Bharmaji, Sai Kumar, Sunil and Raasi in the lead roles.
The one-minute-36-second-long teaser follows the story of a fun-loving alcoholic (Satya Dev), who is an auto driver. The video shows he’s trapped in a scandal after helping two women. The teaser also shows some song-and-dance sequences and action scenes.
The trailer of the Punjabi-language period action drama Maurh has come out. Written and directed by Jatinder Mauhar, this remake of the 1991 film Jatt Jeona Morh stars Ammy Virk, Dev Kharoud, Naiqra Kaur and Kuljinder Sidhu.
The two-minute-30-second-long trailer shows a group of rebel leaders who become the pride of local people during British rule in India. The video is filled with high-octane action sequences and showcases British atrocities on Indian citizens.
Maurh will hit cinemas on June 9.