Gulabo Sitabo trailer is out now. Amazon Prime Video has unveiled a two-and-a-half-minute take a look at the Shoojit Sircar movie starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana as two males at one another’s throats in Lucknow. The Gulabo Sitabo trailer units up the dire monetary straits of Sitabo (Khurrana) and the acrimonious relationship between the 2 leads. Ultimately, the aggravated Gulabo (Bachchan) takes the authorized route, and is suggested to promote the haveli. However issues get sophisticated when the Indian archaeology division turns up and declares it to be a historic web site.
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Along with Bachchan and Khurrana, Gulabo Sitabo additionally stars Farrukh Jafar (Barefoot to Goa), Vijay Raaz (Gully Boy), Brijendra Kala (Sharma Ji Ki Lag Gayi), and Srishti Shrivastava (Women Hostel). Sircar (Piku) is the director on Gulabo Sitabo, alongside Juhi Chaturvedi (October) as the author. That is their fifth collaboration as director and author, respectively, after Vicky Donor (additionally with Khurrana), Madras Cafe, Piku, and October. Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar are the producers. Gulabo Sitabo is a manufacturing of Rising Solar Movies, in affiliation with Kino Movies.
Gulabo Sitabo was initially set for a theatrical launch, however as a result of ongoing coronavirus pandemic protecting cinemas shut throughout the nation, the producers opted to sell the film to Amazon. For the streaming service, Gulabo Sitabo is one in every of seven films that can now immediately première on Prime Video. India’s cinema giants INOX and PVR have not taken kindly to the straight-to-streaming strategy, with the previous warning producers of “retributive measures”.
Gulabo Sitabo synopsis
“Shoojit Sircar’s quirky dramedy is the story of two slimy scheming foxes in a recreation of one-upmanship, each attracting different members to their clan and each with an agenda of his personal.”
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