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After ‘Love Story 2050’ and ‘Action Replay’ another attempt of bollywood on a sci-fi romantic genre! It should be taken as gutsy because the earlier movies have not performed well on box office. Though Siddhartha and Katrina is complimenting each other well but even the elite star cast was unable to keep the audience engaged.
This trailer is good but it has completely revealed the story of the movie which does not go well with my idea of a movie trailer. These days’ people love the plot they can’t predict and it has to be intriguing enough throughout the story line. Indian audience lose interest in the story if they can conclude its climax.
The trailer starts with Jay (Siddharth) introducing him and love of his life Diya (Katrina) who proposes him to marry her. Jay can be seen pretty unprepared but Diya is excited for her grand north Indian wedding. Jay yells out on Diya out of his nervousness and tells her that he wants to focus on his career instead. Disheartened Diya leaves and Jay lies down and sleeps. Next day, he wakes up and found that it’s been 10 days of his marriage and he is on honeymoon. He is again seen waking up next day after 2 years and the starting of distance in their relationship is prominent. He again wakes up in 2034 where he is 46 and calculates that he will die in 4 days with this pattern. He realizes the value of time spent in love and wishes if he could relive the moment and made them special for Diya. He is again seen waking up at the same time in reverse order and every time he is putting effort to make them best days for Diya and him.
The music of this movie is already reaching top on charts with ‘Kala Chashma’ hitting 20 million views. The background score of trailer ‘Nachdene Saare’ has potential to become new Wedding song.
So far we are very positive about this movie. Enjoy the trailer below:
By Rahil Malik
who is a digital marketing professional, a food lover and a movie buff who is still trying to overcome his fear of public speaking. He loves to criticise everything and often appears weird to people for his views. In the evening, you can find him sipping coffee and writing somewhere in Cannaught Place.
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