Kaabil – Trailer Review | India Pages

Kaabil

You have heard of terms like blind vengeance, Hrithik Roshan wrecks it. Kaabil has released it’s second trailer on Tuesday morning and it proves that the upcoming Sanjay Gupta film is an edge-of-seat thriller where the action will be served alongside a love story that is star-crossed.

In this trailer, you’ll get to know more about Yami Gautam’s character Sue which we didn’t get to see much in the first trailer. Sue is a pianist and on her music the students learn to dance. It is an organic progression of the first trailer where Hrithik Roshan’s Rohan and Yami Gautam’s Sue were seen as a couple so much in love. Here, they woo each other once again before getting married. Their life, despite the fact that they are both visually impaired, is idyllic. They have their love and number of dreams. Everything comes crashing down when Yami is taken away cruelly away from Hrithik. It is not God’s doing, it is a man’s. When the law fails him, Hrithik decides to use his own devices.

The dark tone of the trailer gives you Goosebumps and gives a glimpse into the transformation that his character goes through and turns into a vindictive lover. And given how committed he is looking in the film, vengeance will be his. Bothers Rohit and Ronit Roy are playing the baddies and there is enough stylised action in the trailer to give us a taste of what to expect.

Hrithik is in desperate need of a hit and Kaabil is looking like the kind of film that will bring him success. A story which is fascinating, offers interesting performances and action to spare, Kaabil has the works.

Rajesh Roshan has also rehashed the music of the title track and turned it into a sad haunting version which plays in the background throughout the second trailer. It complements the trailer perfectly and leaves a powerful impression after the trailer ends.

Kaabil is produced by RakeshRoshan under FilmKraft Entertainment and is directed by Sanjay Gupta. It is slated to release on 25 January, 2017.

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Jeetendra Mehra
Jeetendra Mehra
Jeetendra Mehra has been a visiting faculty for Drama and Theatre for 3 years – Father Agnel’s College Of Engineering, Bandra, Mumbai. After which he joined a cinema advertising – Dimples Cine Advertising firm as their creative head. He has been to various organizations and has served roles in the capacity of a Communications Head & Creative Director in the events and advertising sector.