Saroj Ka Rishta, Ottu, Paka Dekha, Kiddie Kai: New trailers
Goodwill Entertainments released the trailer of their upcoming Malayalam action film Ottu, starring Kunchacko Boban and Arvind Swamy. The film is directed by Fellini TP, who previously helmed Theevandi.
The one-minute-56-second-long trailer opens with a shootout amidst huge billboards of American western movies such as A Fistful Of Dollars and The Good Bad And The Ugly. A ruthless gangster named Dawood (Swamy), who temporarily loses his memory after a violent encounter, is shadowed by Kichu (Boban), who is asked to betray him for a larger cause. However, the duo form an unlikely friendship.
The film also features Jackie Shroff and Eesha Rebba in significant roles. Produced by Arya and Shaji Nadesan, the film has been written by S Sanjeev.
Ottu is expected to hit theatres around Onam this year.
Zee Music Bangla shared the official trailer of an upcoming Bengali comedy drama Paka Dekha, starring Soham Chakraborty and Susmita Chatterjee. The film is produced by Soham and directed by Premendu Bikash Chaki.
The two-minute-39-second-long trailer gives us a glimpse of Tiyasha (Susmita), who loves to party. Her father tries to get her hitched to Sunando (Soham), who appears to be sensible, disciplined, and somewhat boring. However, Sunando’s family members try to hide their secrets when Tiyasha’s family visits them, which forms the hilarious premise of the film.
Paka Dekha also features an ensemble cast of veteran actors including Sumanta Mukherjee, Dolon Roy, Kharaj Mukhopadhyay, Labani Sarkar and Dipankar Dey. Padmanabha Dasgupta has written the story and screenplay of the film, while Jeet Gannguli has composed the music for it.
Paka Dekha is scheduled to release on September 2.
Disney+ Hotstar dropped the trailer of Akshay Kumar’s upcoming psychological thriller Cuttputlli on Saturday.
The two-minute-long trailer follows Akshay, a police officer, and a team of cops chasing a serial killer who is on the run after murdering three school children in Kasauli. The film also stars Rakul Preet Singh, Chandarchur Singh, Sargun Mehta and Gurpreet Ghuggi.
The film is produced by Jackky Bhagnani and Deepshikha Deshmukh, and directed by Ranjit M. Tiwari, who previously helmed the Akshay-starrer Bell Bottom. The screenplay and dialogues are written by Aseem Arrora.
Cuttputlli will be streaming on Disney+ Hotstar from September 2.
Discovery+ released the trailer of Kiddie Kai, an upcoming documentary series on America’s competitive world of martial arts schools.
The one-minute-21-second-long trailer focuses on The Blackbelt Byway, a historic martial arts hot spot in the southeast United States. Every nook and corner of the place has a dojo that accepts children from all backgrounds to train to become black belts. However, there is tremendous competition in a region where every dojo claims to be the greatest and every parent wants their child to practise with the best sensei.
The synopsis of the series reads, “There’s no mercy in America’s Blackbelt Byway where martial arts rivalries between instructors and dojos fuel epic showdowns for bragging rights and monstrous six-foot trophies.”
The first three episodes of Kiddie Kai will stream on Discovery+ from September 6.
Saroj Ka Rishta
Zee Music Company shared the trailer of their upcoming romantic comedy film Saroj Ka Rishta, starring Sanah Kapur of Shaandaar fame.
The two-minute-10-second-long trailer introduces us to Saroj, who is a no-nonsense, middle-class girl from an urban family. To get the boy of her dreams, Saroj tries to lose weight and enrols herself in a gym. Her trainer falls in love with her, but she still tries to pursue the boy of her dreams and breaks her trainer’s heart.
The film also stars Kumud Mishra, Gaurav Pandey, Randeep Rai, Kritika Awasthi, Mukesh Bhatt, Neelu Kohli, Bunty Chopra and Supriya Pathak. Directed by Abhishek Saxena and written by Deepak Kapur Bhardwaj, the film is produced by Dr Anmol Kapoor, Nazia Siddiqui, Narendra Garg, Raman Kapoor and Abhishek Saxena.
Saroj Ka Rishta will arrive in cinema halls on September 16.