Kaabil trailer is out. The film features Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam in the lead roles.
We knew for a fact that Hrithik Roshan’s upcoming film Kaabil is an intense thriller. But the first half of the trailer of the film almost had us think otherwise. Yep! The first trailer of the film just dropped and in IT IS AWESOME. The first half of the trailer is musical, and focuses on the romance of Hrithik and Yami Gautam. Both of them play blind characters in the film. They have a meet, fall in love and get married – all the while taking you along in their romantic journey. This almost painted the picture for a romance saga, but wait for it, and the trailer soon turns intense and thrilling.

Yami’s character gets attacked in the film, and from what it seems the accused behind the heinous act is Ronit Roy, who is playing a big shot. Hrithik’s character, Rohan Bhatnagar, goes all out to seek revenge on the perpetrators of the crime, after being denied justice. The trailer goes all Ghajini, Aankhein and Daredevil, all at once, and is just so thrilling. Yep the trailer turns unimaginably dark and keeps you at the edge of your seat. Not much action scenes or how the rest of the film pans out has been revealed in the trailer, and we are not complaining. We are so ecstatic with everything being given away in the trailer itself. A couple of action sequences that play out in the trailer look gritty and manage to thrill.
The film has been directed by Sanjay Gupta and from what it seems, he has done a commendable job. Thankfully in Kaabil, he has not touched the trademark tint that he paints his movies with usually. Remember the green tint in Jazbaa?

Hrithik and Yami’s chemistry looks refreshing and the two are certainly to gain a strong fan base for their jodi. Yami’s character though is once again the woman whose misery sets the course of the film into action, like in Badlapur and Action Jackson.

Kaabil is all set to release on January 26, 2017.

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